RMC Kingston Accident: Four CADETS DEAD AT Kingston’s Royal Military College: On Friday (29th April 2022), The Royal Military College identified the 4 cadets assassinated in an early morning incident in Kingston. The Department of National Defence states a probe is underway after the cadets on the verge of graduation passed away in a vehicle incident at around 02:00 AM. Talking at a press conference Friday evening, Josee Kurtz, commodore of Royal Military College, stated all 4 cadets were 4th-year pupils and were set to graduate with their university degrees and commission as officers in the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF). Commodore Josee asserted Friday night the families of the deceased has been notified. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
RMC Kingston Accident
She identified the deceased as officer-cadets Andrei Honciu, Jack Hogarth, Andres Salek, and Broden Murphy. Kurtz stated, “The whole RMC community is shattered by this tragic loss.” As per Kurtz, Hogarth was finishing a degree in military and strategic studies and was going to be an armored officer in Canadian Armed Forces. She stated Honciu was finishing a degree in business administration ad was going to appoint as a logistics officer in the Canadian army.
Victim, Murphy was also finishing a degree in business administration and was going to be an aerospace environment controller in the Royal Canadian Air Force, stated Kurtz. As per Kurtz, Salek was finishing a degree in military and strategic studies and was going to be an armored officer who was supposed to give his services in the CAF.
Kurtz stated the families of the victim have been notified and that the National Investigators Unit is now watching the incident. The lethal incident occurred shortly after 02:00 AM Friday on Point Frederick, a peninsula at Canadian Forces Base Kingston that sits between Kingston Harbour and Navy Bay on the St. Lawrence River. The Royal Military College (RMC) is located on the peninsula, just east of downtown Kingston.
Frontenac Paramedic Services in Kingston asserted its personnel attended the scene and that 4 people were declared dead at the scene. Police and Investigating officers were seen Friday examining the road and shoreline in boats and on foot. Late Friday afternoon authorities pulled the vehicle the cadets had been in from the water. Frontenac Paramedics stated 4 patients were treated at the scene but none of them were instantly taken to the hospital.
Kurtz stated at the time of prepared remarks that “The principal and I extended our deepest condolences to their loved ones. As parents ourselves, we can only imagine the situation and their pain. And we will continue to provide them the support they required in the tough days and weeks ahead. However, Kurtz rejected to give information about the incident or the type of vehicle engaged, citing the integrity of the ongoing probe by the Canadian Forces National Investigation Service.