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Repatriation of Lance Corporal James Brynin
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The cortege has gone into the John Radcliffe Hospital. Between 200 and 250 paid their respects in impeccable fashion.
We are being told the cortege is imminent at the John Radcliffe. There are about 200 people there.
The memorial bell had not tolled for six months before today.
The hearse has left the memorial garden on its way to Oxford. It is expected to arrive at the John Radcliffe in about 45 minutes
It's difficult to describe the atmosphere here. Devastating goes some way.
The cortège has arrived at the memorial garden. Family and friends are now laying flowers on the hearse.
The cortège has left RAF Brize Norton.
Heads bowed as the cortege passes
Another image of L Cpl Brynin
Along with the family and friends of L Cpl James Brynin, dignitaries and members of the Royal British Legion stand under the Union Flag.
19 standard bearers are stood along Norton Way at the memorial garden.
The family and friends and L Cpl James Brynin are holding red, yellow and white flowers. They will place these on the roof of the hearse when it arrives.
Lance Corporal James Brynin is the first soldier to have been killed in Afghanistan for six months.
The close family have arrived at the memorial garden. They have been with their loved one at RAF Brize Norton.
The family of the fallen serviceman has just left RAF Brize Norton to attend the ceremony at the memorial garden. The memorial bell has begun to toll.
People have also gathered along the A40 on the way from Carterton to Oxford, including at Eynsham.
Hundreds of people have gathered at the memorial garden on the edge of Carterton for today's repatriation.
We are covering the repatriation today of Lance Corporal James Brynin.
The Intelligence Corps soldier attached to 14th Signal Regiment (Electronic Warfare), will be repatriated to RAF Brize Norton.
The plane carrying his body landed at the Carterton airbase earlier this afternoon and the cortege will pass the memorial garden at about 3.45pm.
Residents are lining the route as the cortege makes it way to the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford for about 4.45pm for a post mortem examination.
L Cpl Brynin was killed in Helmand, Afghanistan, on Tuesday, October 15. He received a fatal gunshot wound after coming under enemy fire during an operation.
Norton Way in Carterton was closed from about 1.30pm, whilst Station Road in Brize Norton will be closed for about 10 minutes when the cortege leaves the base.
There will also be road closures for the cortege at the Marston Ferry Road and Cherwell Drive junction, Marston Road and Cherwell Drive junction, and at the roundabout at the entrance to the John Radcliffe Hospital.
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