The father of a soldier from Trowbridge, who died after an SAS test march on the Brecon Beacons, was taken to the wrong place when he asked to see where his son had collapsed.
The error was revealed during the questioning of an SAS training officer at an inquest into the death of Corporal James Dunsby and two other reservists.
The soldier being questioned said there was "no rhyme or reason why that should have been done."
Corporal Dunsby, a trained combat medic and Afghanistan veteran, died of heatstroke in hospital in July 2013, 17 days after collapsing on the training march.
A vet has told Wiltshire Police that there is no evidence dogs were poisoned in a Trowbridge Park yesterday.
Police say their original message about pets eating poisoned rat meat was a false alarm, and was released as a public safety warning, after a report from a concerned dog owner. The owner had taken their pet to the vet as a precaution after it ate a piece of meat in the park A check-up has shown no evidence that the meat was poisoned. Officers searching Seymour Road Park last night found no other pieces of meat.
We take reports like this extremely seriously and, despite this incident turning out to be a false alarm, we want to reassure the public we will always treat calls like this with the utmost importance.
Raw meat laced with poison was left in a park in Trowbridge, where it was eaten by two dogs yesterday.
Both pets were treated by vets and will recover. Members of the public helped Wiltshire Police to search the park looking for more pieces of meat, which had been left under dry grass.
The park is now fully open, and police say it has been thoroughly checked. While it is considered safe, police are asking the public to be vigilant.
A 12-year-old boy has been airlifted to hospital after falling through the roof of a school in Trowbridge.
The youngster smashed through a glass skylight while trying to get his football at Clarendon Academy. He was taken to Bristol Children's Hospital with injuries to his pelvis, chest and hands. He was kept in overnight as a precaution.
Wiltshire Police have confirmed that 18-year-old Amber Livings, who was reported as missing from Trowbridge, has now been found safe and well.
They want to thank everyone who assisted with the appeal.
There is disruption on First Great Western services between Bristol Temple Meads and Salisbury after a road vehicle hit a bridge at Trowbridge.
All services on this line may be delayed, cancelled or diverted
Due to a vehicle striking a bridge between Trowbridge & Westbury, disruption to services through this area is expected until 18:45.
First Buses 38, 39, X39, 234 & 265 are accepting FGW tickets for travel due to a vehicle striking a bridge between Trowbridge & Westbury.
Police in Wiltshire are looking for a teenage girl who has been missing since Monday evening, 16 February.
18-year-old Amber Livings was last seen near the Black Horse pub in Trowbridge. She does not have any possessions with her, or her mobile phone, or any way of accessing her money and her family are very worried.
Amber is is 5 ft 3 ins tall, and was wearing a black jacket, blue jeans and a blue and black bobble hat. She was carrying a small black backpack.
Anyone with information should contact Wiltshire Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
There is disruption on First Great Western and South West Trains in Wiltshire after a vehicle went into a railway bridge. All lines between Trowbridge and Westbury are blocked and it is not clear when normal service will resume.
Due to a vehicle striking a bridge between Trowbridge & Westbury, lines there are closed. Network Rail are attending to assess the bridge.
An accident between a car and a motorbike has closed the A350 in Wiltshire in both directions between Stony Gutter and West Ashton Road.
It's causing long delays through Trowbridge as traffic is being diverted.
A lorry driver has crashed through the front of a pub in Wiltshire.
The incident - which happened at 6am - left a huge hole in the front wall of the Rising Sun pub in North Bradley near Trowbridge.
Wiltshire Police say the drivers injuries are not thought to be serious. He was taken to Bath's Royal United Hospital for treatment.
The road next to the pub was closed for several hours but has now reopened. The building has been deemed structurally safe.