bbc.com 29 Apr, 2021 10:30 am

Waterlooville crash: Ex-Royal Navy commodore named as crash victim

Waterlooville crash: Ex-Royal Navy commodore named as crash victim
Commodore Malcolm Williams died in a motorway collision involving a lorry, police said.

He was appointed CBE for his work on crises in Sierra Leone, Kosovo, Mozambique and Honduras, police said.He was appointed CBE for coordinating the joint response to crises in Sierra Leone, Kosovo and humanitarian responses to natural disasters in Mozambique and Honduras, police said.Cdre Williams was pronounced dead at the scene and a passenger from his car was taken to hospital with serious injuries.Cdre Williams' 31-year naval career included service in the Falklands War, as well as spells in command of HMS Andromeda, HMS Scylla and HMS Fearless.

Waterlooville crash: Ex-Royal Navy commodore named as crash victim Published About sharing Hampshire Constabulary p image captionCommodore Malcolm Williams was a man of "principle, fortitude and compassion", his family said A retired Royal Navy commodore has been named as the victim of a motorway crash involving two cars and a lorry.Commodore Malcolm Williams, 69, of Southsea, Hampshire, died on the A3(M), near Waterlooville, on 20 April.

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