• June 15, 2016

Sgt. Dougal Mitchell Killed in Georgetown, TX Accident

Georgetown, Texas -- Last weekend, on Saturday, there was a deadly car accident in the Georgetown area that claimed the life of one man. Authorities didn't release much information, but yesterday, they confirmed that the man who died was Army Sergeant Dougal Mitchell, 32 years old.

The accident itself happened on Saturday, June 11, but it's not clear what took place.

Mitchell served with the 215th Brigade Support Battalion, 3rd Armored Bridge Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division and was a petroleum supply specialist. He has been with the Army since 2002 and had been on 5 deployments.

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Map of the Georgetown Area

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