'Daddy is never coming home': Tank soldier's widow demands change
The widow of one of two British soldiers killed in a tank blast has said no eight-year-old child should be told "daddy is never coming home".
Royal Tank Regiment corporals Matthew Hatfield, 27, and Darren Neilson, 31, were killed when super-heated explosive gases blew back into the crew's turret during a training exercise at Castlemartin, Pembrokeshire.
A coroner found a missing seal was responsible for the explosion that killed the two soldiers and injured two more.
Cpl Neilson's widow, Jemma Neilson, said health and safety should have been "world-class" and called for immediate changes.