Wiltshire

Tributes paid to Crudwell crash victim, Anthony Jeng

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Image caption Anthony Jeng (pictured with his daughter) had served in the Royal Engineers for 14 years

Tributes have been paid to an "exceptional soldier" who died in a three-vehicle crash in Wiltshire.

Anthony Jeng had recently moved to the area, having completed 14 years' service in the Royal Engineers.

The family tribute said: "Tony was dedicated, caring and loyal to his country, family and friends; he was especially known for his sense of humour and love of pranks."

The crash happened on the A429 near Kemble Business Park on 23 October.

Two women were also taken to the Great Western Hospital in Swindon following the collision.

Mr Jeng, whose service included deployments to Iraq, Afghanistan and Kenya, was married and had a daughter.

The tribute added: "We are his girls always and forever; his daughter was the light of his life and he is sorely missed. We love you."

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