Discussion in 'Current Affairs, News and Analysis' started by Sven, Aug 16, 2007.
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Sgt Paul Upton fell to His death in the Welsh 1000m Peaks Race
I can see Carnedd Llewellyn from where I'm sitting. i walk it several times a year.
Event dated: 02 June 2007, I hope his family have received the support they no doubt would have needed. RIP.
very sad, RIP.
RIP, A tragic accident
Uppers was a cracking bloke, quiet but with a great sense of humour. He gave up several precious weekends over a few years to help out on a charity providing adventurous training for terminal/severely ill children.
One of the good ones.
He died doing something he loved to the extreme, in a beautiful (but unforgiving) part of the world, and with his comrades fighting to save him.
I cannot imagine that those thoughts could do much to ease his loss for his wife and family, but in its way, and accepting his was too short a life: that is - in many ways - not a bad way to go.
Unlucky, and so, so sad.
In the midst of life, we are in death.
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