An Army nurse talking in a video chat on Skype with his wife from Afghanistan suddenly fell forward and a bullet hole was visible behind him, his family said. Capt. Bruce Kevin Clark died as his wife frantically tried to find out what had happened during the April 30 incident. Show More Summary
The strange death of US Army captain Bruce Kevin Clark who died when video Skyping with his wife last week has become even more strange after officials found no bullet wound or evidence of foul play. Wife Susan Orellana-Clark believed her husband had been shot, in a statement released by her family she noted: “Clark [...]Show More Summary
The sad and strange tale of the US Army captain who died while Skyping with his wife gets even more mysterious: Army investigators say they found no bullet wound or any evidence of foul play in Bruce Kevin Clark’s death, but wife Susan Orellana-Clark has suggested her husband may have...
Just when you think all of the horrible things in the world have already happened, something like this comes along. Last week, Susan Orellana-Clark was Skyping with her husband, Capt. Bruce Kevin Clark, a 43-year old Army chief nurse who was stationed in Afghanistan. Show More Summary
Military investigators said Monday that they do not suspect foul play in the death of an Army captain who suddenly collapsed during a video chat with his wife. Capt. Bruce Kevin Clark, 43, was using the video chatting service Skype to speak with his wife, Susan Orellana-Clark, on April 30 when he suddenly slumped forward [...]
Army Capt. Bruce Kevin Clark suddenly fell forward, his wife says. She saw it happen because they were video chatting. But much mystery remains. She says she saw a bullet hole. The military says he had no injuries.
Captain Bruce Kevin Clark, an Army nurse who died while on Skype with his wife, did not die of a bullet wound, NBC News' Jim Miklaszewski has learned from U.S. military officials. Investigators say Clark apparently died of natural causes. During his Skype conversation, Clar …
The wife of a Beaumont Army Medical Center nurse who died Monday in Afghanistan said the incident took place while she was talking with her husband through Skype's video chat. Army officials have not released the cause of death for Capt. Show More Summary
The other day, we read about Capt. Bruce Kevin Clark whose wife watched him die during a Skype conversation they were having. Tman sends a link to an Associated Press report that the family has released a statement which describes her final moments communicating with her husband; “Clark was suddenly knocked forward,” the statement said. [...]
U.S. Army Captain Bruce Kevin Clark, 43, died during a Skype video call with his wife on Monday. Clark was an army nurse stationed in Tarin Kowt…
The other day, we discussed the wife who was notified of the death of her husband by a “friend” on Facebook. This one is a little more immediate. The El Paso Times reports that the wife of Army Capt. Bruce Kevin Clark, 43, of Spencerport, N.Y, a nurse, says that she watched his death during [...]
Army Nurse Capt. Bruce Kevin Clark, 43, of Spencerport, N.Y., who was based in Afghanistan was skyping with his wife on Monday when he suddenly passed away. His cause of death has not been released, pending a military investigation into the matter. Clark’s family released a statement about his passing, which stated that: “Bruce’s wife tragically witnessed [...]Show More Summary
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