Inquest review into Afghanistan death of Captain Richard Holloway

Captain Richard Holloway, 29, from Hamsterley, near Bishop Auckland, was serving with The Royal Engineers, when he was killed by enemy fire east of Kabul, on December 23.

Captain Richard Holloway, 29, from Hamsterley, near Bishop Auckland, was serving with The Royal Engineers, when he was killed by enemy fire east of Kabul, on December 23.

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A REVIEW of an inquest into the death of an Army captain killed in Afghanistan took place at the Coroners Court in Crook, County Durham, today.

Captain Richard Holloway, 29, from Hamsterley, near Bishop Auckland, was serving with The Royal Engineers, when he was killed by enemy fire east of Kabul, on December 23.

County Durham coroner Andrew Tweddle heard that a key witness still needed to be spoken to before the inquest could take place.

A further review will take place on Tuesday, July 15.

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