Welwyn Garden City death crash soldier named
THE WGC soldier who died in a car crash in Wales has been named as Corporal Daniel Ginty.Daniel, 26, was one of three soldiers driving back to their Cawdor barracks at Brawdy, after watching the Six Nations clash between Wales and England on Saturday evening.
THE WGC soldier who died in a car crash in Wales has been named as Corporal Daniel Ginty.
Daniel, 26, was one of three soldiers driving back to their Cawdor barracks at Brawdy, after watching the Six Nations clash between Wales and England on Saturday evening.
Their Skoda Fabia skidded off a county road four miles from base in Roch, Pembrokeshire, and went through a brick wall before flipping and landing in the car park of a closed pub.
The three soldiers served with the 14th Signal Regiment (Electronic Warfare).
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The other two who died were named by the MoD as Corporal James Luton, 24, and Lance-Corporal Christopher Beckett.
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