A young soldier killed in an accident on Dartmoor was looking forward to becoming a father, his devastated family have revealed.
Private Cameron Laing died after being struck by a trailer at Bracken Tor youth hostel near Okehampton, west Devon, on Tuesday evening.
The 20-year-old, who served with 7 Theatre Logistic Regiment Royal Logistic Corps, suffered a cardiac arrest after a traumatic head injury.
Pte Laing, from Nottingham, and his partner were expecting a baby boy, and had already named him Cameron.
In a statement released by police, his family and partner said:
Pte Laing was struck by an uncoupled trailer and pinned against the towing vehicle.
Both the towing vehicle and trailer were part of a small military convoy heading towards Okehampton battle camp, a force spokesman said.
Devon and Cornwall Police said an investigation into the incident was continuing.