London Gazette 44126, 29th September 1966, Page 10601
Queen's Commendation for Bravery : On 19th June 1966, a serious accident involving two civilian vehicles, a taxi and an estate car, occurred on the Brunei-Seria road. The vehicles collided at a bend in the road, and the estate car, carrying nine passengers burst into flames, the driver of the taxi being trapped in his driving seat.
Private Munro was a passenger in a military vehicle which reached the crash shortly after it happened, on the orders of Corporal Grieve he immediately assisted the evacuation of those injured passengers thrown clear of the burning car. He organised bystanders to administer first aid, whilst he helped Corporal Grieve to rescue the trapped taxi driver.
Private Munro displayed courage, initiative and a disregard for his own safety which resulted in the taxi driver being saved from almost certain death.