R.I.P lads and condolances to the families and to the crew it is always a shock to loose"part of the family"
Thanks Steve, I read my Scotsman in the bus on the way home.Always_a_Civvy said:I have seen several reports today in several newspapers, but the best one is in today's Scotsman which gives more precise information about the nature of the incident. It reports (quoting the MOD) that one sailor died as a direct result of the explosion, whilst the other died from the inhalation of toxic fumes. The report also gives a description of the candles, their composition, how they work and their dangers, as well as where they are situated onboard boats, etc. Very informative.
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