Tutor Lays Wreath to Lockerbie Victims on 30th Anniversary

Published 14 January


Last month, 30 years on from joining the emergency response to the Lockerbie aircraft bombing, Churchill Fellow, and Craven College tutor, Andy Colau returned to the site of the air disaster to lay a wreath to its victims.

In the aftermath of the disaster, Andy and his search dogs had been tasked with searching for survivors, human remains and other items related to the bombing. He said: “This was one of the most harrowing times of my life and something that gave me the impetus to train for disasters of this nature and to perfect training ideas within the Search and Rescue Dog Association.”

To read the full story on the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust website, click here.

 

 

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