Two soldiers die in Fort Jackson 'accident' involving vehicle, troop formation


Six soldiers were hurt, two critically.

Pvt. Emmett Foreman is hospitalized in SC after suffering multiple broken bones--per his father, Rev. Mike Foreman. "His hip, ribs and other bones were broken, his spleen had to be removed, and he's on a ventilator", Rev. Foreman told WTVY Sunday.

Military authorities have distinguished the two officers slaughtered after a military vehicle struck them while they were in arrangement at an Army base in SC.

They are: Pvt. Ethan Shrader, from Prospect, TN., and Pvt.

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The two soldiers who died were Pvt.

So far, the military has not disclosed whether the driver of the vehicle will face charges, whether there was negligence on the part of anyone, whether the incident has been officially labeled an accident, the exact time of day the incident happened and whether the vehicle and soliders were on or off roads. Cardre Jackson Jr. of Laurel, Maryland; and Pvt.

While the statement described the deadly incident as a "tragic accident", it did not elaborate on where and how it occurred or the type of vehicle involved. James Foster, Macon, Georgia. A Fort Jackson representative did not immediately respond to a request for more information about the incident.

They have not released any additional details about the accident at this time. The Army did not identify the victims' unit or training program.

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"They represent the best of our nation and we will endeavour to support all those affected through this hard time". Gen. Pete Johnson said in a separate statement.

"We are continuing to support everyone affected by this tragic event", said Maj.

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