Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Czech soldier, Radim Vaculik, killed by IED

The Ministry of Defence of the Czech Republic has confirmed the death of a Czech soldier - a member of PRT Logar, Afghanistan - on Wednesday 30 April, 2008.

28-year-old Radim Vaculik died after an improvised explosive device burst up under the HMMWV vehicle used by the Czech contingent serving at the Provincial Reconstruction Team in Logar, Afghanistan.

Four other Czech soldiers were injured, one of them seriously. All soldiers were transported to the American Field Hospital at Bagram, north of Kabul, Afghanistan, for immediate treatment.

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