Guard of Honour as a mans body is recovered from Didcot power station

guard of honour as a mans body is recovered from didcot power station

Just after 2.30am this morning the body of one of the missing Didcot three was driven out of the defunct Power station under the watchful eye of the Families who had traveled to the power station to pay their respects.
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It has taken a painstaking six months for recovery workers to find the remains of one of the missing power station workers. As the ambulance was drive out emergency services paid tribute by forming a guard of honour. Work is likely to revue at first light to find the other two outstanding men.