Helicopter crash at the North Sea latest
The last 8 people missing from the Super Puma helicopter crash helicopter which crashed in the North Sea killing 16 people have been found and brought back to land.
The salvage ship, the Bibby Topaz also brought back the wreckage of the helicopter, lifted from the sea bed has also docked.
The Bibby Topaz played a key role in finding the reaming bodies.
The cockpit and voice data recorder have been removed and sent to the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) to help discover what happened when the helicopter crashed last Wednesday, killing the 16 on board, 14 passengers and two pilots.
The dead have all been named as:
Richard Menzies (co-pilot), 24, from Droitwich Spa. Worked for Bond Offshore Helicopters
David Rae, 63, from Dumfries. Worked for KCA Deutag Drilling Limited
Raymond Doyle, 57, from Cumbernauld. Worked for KCA Deutag Drilling Limited
Nairn Ferrier, 40, from Dundee, worked at KCA Deutag Drilling Limited.
Gareth Hughes, 53, who lived near Arbroath in Angus, worked for KCA Deutag Drilling Limited as an assistant driller.
Warren Mitchell, 38, from Oldmeldrum, Aberdeenshire. Worked for Weatherford UK Limited
James Costello, 24, from Aberdeen, was contracted to PSN (Production Services Network).
Vernon John Elrick, 41, from Aberdeen. Worked for KCA Deutag Drilling Limited
Stuart Wood, 27, from Aberdeen, worked for Expro North Sea Ltd.
Brian Barkley, 30, from Aberdeen. Worked for KCA Deutag Drilling Limited
Alex Dallas, 62, from Aberdeen. Worked for Sparrows Offshore Services Ltd
Leslie Taylor, 41, from Kintore in Aberdeenshire, worked for KCA Deutag Drilling Limited.
CAPTAIN PAUL BURNHAM
Paul Burnham (captain), 31, from Methlick, Aberdeenshire. Worked for Bond Offshore Helicopters
James John Edwards, 33, from Liverpool. Worked for KCA Deutag Drilling Limited
Nolan Carl Goble, 34, from Norwich. Worked for KCA Deutag Drilling Limited
Mihails Zuravskis, 39, of Latvia. Worked for KCA Deutag
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