Soldiers die in crash near camp

#1
Two soldiers have been killed in a car crash near their camp in Wiltshire.
The men, aged 20 and 22, were driving along Marlborough Road at Bulford Camp, towards the A303, when their vehicle was in collision with a taxi.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/wiltshire/7106905.stm

RIP Guys, thoughts and condolences to family & friends
 
#3
One of them was my brother Lance corporal Nathan Long of the Rifles previously of the RGBW... It was him who got me into cadets and I was only speaking to him on friday about my selection at Lichfield... Hard to belive he is dead, I woke up this morning with my mum on the phone crying that he had been killed. Seeing it on the BBC website is somewhat strange. He had been on tours to both Iraq and Afghanistan and came back safely and then on the way back from a pub to watch the football this happens.

RIP mate
 
#5
thoughts with you big lad
RIP Guys, thoughts and condolences to your family & mates
 
#12
Oh Jamie, that is so sad. I truly am sorry at your loss.
My thoughts are with you and your family, and of course to the other family too.

RIP boys.
 
#13
sandy_boots said:
So sorry for your loss Jamie.

Rest in peace brother Riflemen

Celer et Audax
Jamie heartfelt condolenses for you and all of your family and to those of the other lost in this tradgic accident.

Rest in peace brother Riflemen.

Coax

Swift and Bold
 
#18
RIP
 
#20
Jamie_Mayer said:
One of them was my brother Lance corporal Nathan Long of the Rifles previously of the RGBW... It was him who got me into cadets and I was only speaking to him on friday about my selection at Lichfield... Hard to belive he is dead, I woke up this morning with my mum on the phone crying that he had been killed. Seeing it on the BBC website is somewhat strange. He had been on tours to both Iraq and Afghanistan and came back safely and then on the way back from a pub to watch the football this happens.

RIP mate
More sorry than any words can ever say about your loss. Make him proud up there by doing well in training and with your regiment.
 

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