Funeral held for soldier killed in Alberta training exercise accident

Funeral held for soldier killed in Alberta

KITCHENER, Ont. — A funeral service was held in southwestern Ontario for a soldier who died in a training exercise accident in Alberta.

Thirty-four-year-old Sergeant Robert Dynerowicz died last Tuesday after his LAV-three armoured vehicle crashed during a live-fire exercise at Canadian Forces Base Wainwright.

Dynerowicz joined the army in 2005 and was a member of the Royal Canadian Dragoons, a regiment based at C-F-B Petawawa in Ontario.

He served two tours of duty in Afghanistan.

His funeral was held Monday morning in his hometown of Kitchener, Ont. (at the Henry Walser funeral home).

(CTV Kitchener)

The Canadian Press

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