COWERING in the corner, Jacqui Janes sees the cloud of dust rise in the air and her ears ring from the sound of the explosion.The desert heat burns her skin and the smell of smoke and burning flesh makes her choke. Then she sees her boys body in the crater.
It sounds like a scene from a war zone. But this is not Afghanistan this is what happens in the kitchen of Jacqui’s Brighton home, sometimes on a daily basis.
Jacquis soldier son Jamie, 20, was killed in Afghanistan in October 2009.
And every day since has been a living hell as she relives the horror of his death.
Jacqui has never been on a battlefield yet the images are horrifyingly vivid.
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