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Pictured: Matthew Hatfield, image taken from open social media page.<br />
Re: An inquiry into the deaths of two soldiers and the serious injury of two others at a Ministry of Defence base in Pembrokeshire is continuing.<br />
The Royal Tank Regiment soldiers died after the incident at Castlemartin Range on Wednesday.<br />
They have been named by their commanding officer as Corporals Matthew Hatfield and Darren Neilson.<br />
The MoD, Dyfed-Powys Police and Health and Safety Executive are investigating.<br />
The incident is understood to have involved a tank shell exploding within a Challenger 2 battle tank. The MoD has suspended tank live firing exercises by British military as a precaution.<br />
The second death, at University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, was announced on Thursday night by Minister for Defence, People and Veterans, Tobias Ellwood.<br />
It followed an earlier announcement of the first death at Morriston Hospital on Thursday morning.
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Pictured: Matthew Hatfield, image taken from open social media page.
Re: An inquiry into the deaths of two soldiers and the serious injury of two others at a Ministry of Defence base in Pembrokeshire is continuing.
The Royal Tank Regiment soldiers died after the incident at Castlemartin Range on Wednesday.
They have been named by their commanding officer as Corporals Matthew Hatfield and Darren Neilson.
The MoD, Dyfed-Powys Police and Health and Safety Executive are...
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