The daughter of a man who died in a helicopter crash 10 years ago has today said the family is still devastated.
Sixteen people died when the Bond helicopter crashed into the North Sea en route from an oil platform on April 1 2009.
Caroline Doyle, lost her dad Raymond, 57, in the disaster.
She said: “10 years isn’t a landmark for us. It’s another year just like the last.
“The pain and devastation have never faltered since 2009.
“We are still hurting, still devastated and still looking for answers which a Fatal Accident Inquiry didn’t give.
“If this is not to be, then our hearts go out to the North Sea workers and their families, as they have to put their lives in the hands of those who put profit before people.”
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The other passengers killed in the crash were: Nairn Ferrier, 40, Broughty Ferry; Brian Barkley, 30, Aberdeen, originally Ballymoney, Northern Ireland; Vernon Elrick, 41, Aberdeen; Leslie Taylor, 41, Kintore; Gareth Wyn Hughes, 53, Angus; David Rae, 63, Dumfries; James John Edwards, 33, Kirkby, Liverpool; Nolan Carl Goble, 34, Norwich; Mihails Zuravskis, 39, Latvia; James Costello, 24, Aberdeen; Alex Dallas, 62, Aberdeen; Warren Mitchell, 38, Oldmeldrum and Stuart Wood, 27, Newmachar.
The disaster also claimed the lives of captain Paul Burnham, 31, of Methlick and co-pilot Richard Menzies, 24, of Droitwich Spa.