Injured Suffolk soldier 'forced out' of army


The parents of a soldier who lost both legs in Afghanistan claim he is being forced out of the army.

Sapper Ashley Hall, who comes from Suffolk, was injured by a roadside bomb.

He will now leave the Army in April 2012 but his family say he still needs specialist treatment at the army's rehabilitation centre.

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