Soldier from Sask. First Nation killed in Afghanistan
A soldier from the Big River First Nation in Saskatchewan, who served with the US Army was killed in Afghanistan last weekend.
Corporal Darby Moon, 25 has fought with the US Army for four years according to his family. Coroporal Darby's remains will be flown to Philadelphia.
His body will be returned to the Big River First Nation for burial next week.
Big River is 140 km (85 miles) northeast of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
People from the Big River First Nation are mourning the death of Cpl. Darby Morin, a soldier serving with the U.S. army.
Morin, 25, was killed last weekend in Afghanistan.
Morin's family told CBC News that Morin fought with the U.S. army for four years.
His body will be flown to Philadelphia. It will then be taken to the Big River First Nation for burial next week.
Big River First Nation is about 140 kilometres northeast of Saskatoon.