A new Aberdeen lifeboat is set to be named for a man who died in a tragic helicopter crash.
A “poignant” fundraiser for north-east lifeboats, organised by a woman who lost her only son in a North Sea helicopter disaster nearly ten years ago, raised £40,000 at the weekend.
An annual fundraising event for north-east lifeboats – organised by a woman who lost her son in a North Sea helicopter disaster – raised more than £30,000 at the weekend.
The mother of an offshore helicopter crash victim has backed calls for a public inquiry into North Sea chopper safety.
Lifeboat stations across the north-east have been handed a £25,000 donation by the mother of an oil worker killed in a helicopter disaster seven years ago.
The mother of an oil worker killed in a North Sea helicopter crash said safety bosses would be left sitting with “their hands on their hearts” if their children were on an H225.