FORT BRAGG, N.C. (AP) — A particular forces soldier from Massachusetts has been killed in a coaching train involving demolitions on the Military’s largest base.
Employees Sgt. Alexander P. Dalida, 32, of Dunstable died Thursday through the train.
Lt. Col. Rob Bockholt, a spokesman for the U.S. Military’s Particular Operations Command, which is predicated at Fort Bragg in North Carolina, stated that the reason for Dalida’s demise is underneath investigation.
Dalida, who enlisted in 2006, was assigned to 1st Particular Warfare Coaching Group (Airborne).
Seven others have been injured within the blast. The extent of their accidents was unknown.
Preliminary studies stated the accidents occurred in an explosion, however Bockholt says he couldn’t affirm that.
The troopers have been college students from the John F. Kennedy Particular Warfare Middle and Faculty.