WWI records - is there a way to find out more about an "accident" in France?

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Pvt Thomas Snell died in France as the result of an "accident" on 31 Jan 1919, and the family never found out more. Is there a way to access records that would provide the details of the accident?
WikiTree profile: Tom Snell
in Genealogy Help by Debbie Quattrin G2G Rookie (250 points)

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The service record in Family Search says he was accidentally killed by gunshot wounds

by Rodney Long G2G6 Pilot (675k points)
selected by Debbie Quattrin
Thank you! I checked Fold3 but didn't even think to check FamilySearch. So many resources, it gets a bit confusing sometimes.

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