The Ministry of Defence has named one of the two army reservists who died in the Brecon Beacons on a training exercise over the weekend. He was Lance Corporal Craig Roberts. He was originally from the Penrhyn Bay area near Llandudno and working as a teacher in London.
It's thought that he and another, still unnamed soldier who died, were taking part in a selection process for the territorial army section of the SAS.
Investigations have been continuing into the deaths during the day, as Hannah Thomas reports.
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