A British soldier has died lower than a month after his girlfriend, who was additionally a soldier was discovered hanged on the Army barracks the place she labored.
Sophie Madden, 23, was discovered lifeless on the Overhill Training Centre at St Martin’s Plain Camp, close to Folkestone, UK on June 10 and on July 19, the physique of Ross Burnside, in his 20s, was found in Rotherham, South Yorkshire.
According to a Mirror UK report, the couple met whereas serving collectively in third Regiment Royal Horse Artillery and at the time of his demise, Burnside had moved on to work for the first Regiment Royal Horse Artillery.
Reacting to the unhappy information, Army marketing campaign group, Veterans Against Suicide, stated the deaths had been ‘preventable’ tragedies.
An inquest into Sophie’s demise has been carried out. Her demise isn’t being handled as suspicious, based on Kent Police.
An Army spokesperson from the UK Ministry of Defence stated: ‘It is with unhappiness that we will verify the demise of Bombardier Ross Burnside.
‘Our ideas are with Bdr Burnside’s household and pals at this unhappy time.’