Corona Virus Ruled Out in Deaths of 2 American Soldiers

 

Two American soldiers have been found dead in two unrelated incidents at Camp Humphreys in Seoul, South Korea. The Army stated that the two incidents were unrelated to the Coronavirus pandemic taking place. Both cases are under currently under investigation, and the Army hasn’t given a reason for the unexplained deaths. There seems to be no connection between the two soldiers as Gloria was assigned to the 2nd Infantry Division while Welch was on a nine month rotation from the states.

American soldier found dead in barracks in South Korea; military rules out coronavirus – Pacific – Stripeshttps://www.stripes.com/news/pacific/american-soldier-found-dead-in-barracks-in-south-korea-military-rules-out-coronavirus-1.623482SEOUL, South Korea — A combat engineer with the 2nd Infantry Division sustainment brigade was found dead in her barracks at Camp Humphreys, the military said Tuesday. An official said coronavirus had been ruled out as the cause.

Pvt. 1st Class Marissa Jo Gloria, 25, of Moorhead, Minn., was pronounced dead at the scene by emergency medical personnel after she was found unresponsive on Saturday, according to the 2nd Infantry Division. American soldier found dead in barracks in South Korea; military rules out coronavirus – Pacific – Stripes

American soldier found dead in South Korea, the second in two days – Pacific – Stripeshttps://www.stripes.com/news/pacific/american-soldier-found-dead-in-south-korea-the-second-in-two-days-1.623614SEOUL, South Korea — A combat medic died in his barracks over the weekend at Camp Humphreys, the military said Wednesday, adding the cause of death was under investigation.

Spc. Clay Welch, 20, of Dearborn Heights, Mich., was found dead in his Camp Humphreys barracks, Sunday, March 22, 2020. American soldier found dead in South Korea, the second in two days – Pacific – Stripes

 

 

 

 

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