Pictured: Army private, 27, leaves wife and three children after being killed in car crash

Private Ross Thomas Standing, 27, who was based at RAF Brize Norton, Oxfordshire, was declared dead at the scene of the collision which took place last Saturday on the A420

Private Ross Thomas Standing, 27, who was based at RAF Brize Norton, Oxfordshire, was declared dead at the scene of the collision which took place last Saturday on the A420

Private Ross Thomas Standing, 27, who was based at RAF Brize Norton, Oxfordshire, was declared dead at the scene of the collision which took place last Saturday on the A420

An army private who was killed when the car he was driving collided with a heavy goods vehicle has been pictured for the first time.

Private Ross Thomas Standing, 27, who was based at RAF Brize Norton, Oxfordshire, was declared dead at the scene of the collision which took place last Saturday on the A420. 

His family have paid tribute to the ‘loving father’ who leaves behind three children and a wife. 

His family said: ‘Private Ross Thomas Standing was based at RAF Brize Norton whilst working for the Army.

‘He was a loving father and leaves behind his wife and three children. 

‘We would like to request that our privacy is respected at this difficult time.’

A spokesman for Thames Valley Police said: ‘At around 6am on Sunday July 14, there was a collision between a silver car and a HGV on the A420 between Faringdon, Oxfordshire, and Littleworth.’

The Army private leaves behind three children and a wife. His family have paid tribute to the 'loving father'. Emergency service had been scrambled to attend and tried desperately to save the man's life

The Army private leaves behind three children and a wife. His family have paid tribute to the 'loving father'. Emergency service had been scrambled to attend and tried desperately to save the man's life

The Army private leaves behind three children and a wife. His family have paid tribute to the ‘loving father’. Emergency service had been scrambled to attend and tried desperately to save the man’s life

Investigating officer, Police Constable Mark Dunne, of the Serious Collision Investigation Unit, based at Three Mile Cross, said: ‘We are appealing for witnesses to this tragic incident.

‘Our thoughts are with the family at this sad and difficult time.

‘I would also ask motorists who were in the area around the time of the collision to check their dash-cam footage in case it may have captured anything that could assist us with the investigation.’

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