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iStock(FORT STEWART, Ga.) — The U.S. Army has identified the three soldiers who died during an early morning training exercise Sunday at Fort Stewart in Georgia.Sfc. Bryan Andrew Jenkins, of Florida, Cpl. Thomas Cole Walker, of Ohio and Pfc. Antonio Gilbert Garcia of Arizona died when their Bradley Fighting Vehicle flipped over into the water around 3:20 a.m. Sunday. Three other 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team soldiers were injured during the accident. Two of those soldiers have been released and another remains hospitalized with non-life threating injuries.The three deceased soldiers were pronounced dead at the scene.“It is hard enough when you lose one soldier, but when you lose three at one time, that pain is amplified,” Maj. Gen. Tony Aguto, commanding general of the 3rd Infantry Division, said during a press conference Monday evening. “And we are really feeling and sharing that pain across the division and the community.”“It’s been tough for all of us,” he saidAguto wouldn’t go into specific details of how the incident happened Monday but said the soldiers’ Bradley Fighting Vehicle rolled off a bridge and was submerged upside down in a stream. Officials would not say how the vehicle fell off the bridge.“Our family is heartbroken at the news of this tragic accident at Ft. Stewart,” Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp said in a statement Sunday. “Our prayers are with the families of those who passed and those undergoing treatment for their injuries.”The cause of the accident is still under investigation by the 3rd Infantry Division and a team from the U.S. Army Combat Readiness Center and officials said they would release more information as it becomes available.Aguto said training will continue on the base but that they constantly look for ways to mitigate risks. However, he also said that training on not perfect conditions is part of the job.“Training is tough, realistic and we train for all sorts of conditions,” he said Monday. You would expect us to do that.”Aguto said everyone is struggling to deal with this tragic accident.“We share your pain and we honor and are humbled by their service and sacrifice, and we will truly miss them,” Aguto said at a press conference Monday.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
According to Sabando, the father camehome drunk around 8: 30 p.m. and saw his son allegedly holding and toying withhis .38-caliber revolver. BACOLOD City – An eight-year-old boyin Barangay San Jose, Sipalay City, Negros Occidental is accused of shootinghis own father to death. The minor was now under the custody ofthe Department of Social Welfare and Development./PN Police investigators revealed that thefather would physically abuse his three children every time he gets drunk. He scolded his son, telling him not toplay with the gun. He then allegedly kicked the child on the face, promptingthe latter to shoot his father using the said firearm. Police found this 39-year-old man with three gunshot wounds on the chest inside his home in Barangay San Jose, Sipalay City, Negros Occidental. His eight-year-old son was tagged suspect. SIPALAY CITY POLICE STATION The investigators also said the fatherhad taught his son – youngest among the three siblings – how to use the gundespite the boy’s tender age, adding that the child’s mother was working inManila when the incident happened. Sipalay City police stationofficer-in-charge Lieutenant Colonel Necerato Sabando said the 39-year-oldfather succumbed to three gunshot wounds on the chest shortly after theshooting incident, which took place inside their house.