RMC Kingston Accident News: What Happened To 4 Military Cadets? Find Out Cause Of Death & Latest Details

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RMC Kingston Accident News: What Happened To 4 Military Cadets? Find Out Cause Of Death & Latest Details: On the 29th of April 2022, four cadets at the Royal Military College in Kingston, Ont. set to graduate this spring were killed in an incident. The incident in which the four victims died involved a motor vehicle. The Department of National Defence says an investigation is underway after the reports regarding the incident were posted on the internet. People on the internet asking for answers about the four prospective young men who died in the accident.

The college’s commanding officer, Commodore Josée Kurtz, confirmed Friday night the families of the deceased had been notified about the incident and the unfortunate news about their loved one’s demise. Follow Bulletin Zone for more trending news.

RMC Kingston Accident News: What Happened To 4 Military Cadets? Find Out Cause Of Death & Latest Details

What Happened In RMC Kingston?

According to reports the victims have been identified by the investigation agency and the authority. The victims are officer cadet Jack Hogarth, officer cadet Andrei Honciu, officer cadet Broden Murphy, and Officer Cadet Andres Salek. The incident happened shortly after 2 a.m. Friday on Point Frederick, a peninsula at Canadian Forces Base Kingston that sits between Kingston Harbour and Navy Bay on the St. Lawrence River. Emergency vehicles were still at Point Frederick on Friday afternoon.  A crane removed a green vehicle from the water shortly after 4 p.m and found the unseen.

How Many Military Cadets Died In The Accident?

Commodore Josée Kurtz, RMC Commandant, said “It is with great sadness that I confirm the devastating loss of four of our officer cadets, These four amazing young adults were fourth-year students and were set to graduate with their university degree and commission of officers of the Canadian Armed Forces.” Kingston Mayor Bryan Paterson released a statement stating the death of the four Cadets at RMC. He expressed his sincere condolences to their families and friends and promise his full support to the victim’s families.

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Prime minister Justin Trudeau also extended his condolences to the victim’s family in a statement. In the statement, he said “My heart breaks for the families and friends of the four cadet officers who lost their lives early this morning in Kingston, The tragic passing of these young Canadians is a devastating loss. To all who knew them: We’re here for you.”