Air Force Releases Name Of Warren AFB Airman Killed In Sat Humvee Incident

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     The U-S Air Force has released the name of the female airman from F-E Warren AFB in Cheyenne who was killed in a Humvee incident Saturday evening in northern Colorado about 50-miles southeast of Cheyenne.

        Trinity Reinhart of Eugene, OR, had been assigned to Warren a little less than 4 months ago. A second airman, whose name has not been released, suffered minor injuries in the 7:30 pm incident near Grover, CO.

        90th Security Forces Group Commander Colonel Justin Secrest says the Air Force initiated an Interim Safety Board immediately after the mishap to gather the facts surrounding the incident.

      A full Safety Investigation Board will then be convened to determine the cause of the crash and to recommend measures to prevent future mishaps.

      Colonel Secrest says the base offers its “deepest condolences to Trinity’s family and friends,” adding that “Losing one of our own is extremely difficult.

      He says they’re also grateful for the support from the surrounding communities during this heartbreaking time, especially the Colorado first responders who assisted at the scene.