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~ Obituary ~
Western suffers loss as student killed by train

By Marshall Bellamy
Gazette Staff

The Western community experienced an irreplaceable and tragic loss when second-year honours biochemistry student Bradley Kelly was killed in a accident Monday evening.

Kelly was involved in an accident with a train on the CN railway tracks at Oxford St. near Capulet Ln. at approximately 8 p.m. on Nov. 3, said Const. Chris Keeler of the London Police Department.

Keeler stated the LPD major crimes unit and CN railway police were on the scene investigating the accident.

He noted the LPD is considering the incident a suicide.

"It's a tragic event for the Western community on the whole and our condolences go out to his friends and family," stated University Students' Council President Paul Yeoman.

There will be a moment of silence in honour of Kelly during this evening's USC meeting and a funeral will be held in Kelly's hometown of Sudbury with his family, Yeoman added.

Kelly was described as an extremely kind person and an incredible student with a bright future.

Bradley Kelly left scores of loved ones behind in his sudden and untimely passing and he will be sorely missed and well remembered by all those who knew him.



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