In the surrounding hills, police and rescue teams were finding and tagging the bodies of the victims. Soldiers searched the streets for parts of the wrecked passenger plane. They brought them back to the makeshift mortuaries which were set up in Lockerbie town hall, and later the local ice rink. Meanwhile, David and Steven Flannigan, whose parents and sister were killed in Sherwood Crescent the previous night, visited Marjory McQueen at her home. Thomas and Kathleen Flannigan died with their daughter, Joanne. And he took me out to the car, and he opened the boot, and he took out a tiny watering can.
Despite the horror of the crash, Fr Keegans was keen to keep Christmas as normal as possible for the children of Lockerbie. The Christmas lights remained lit but he told his bishop he would only be able to say one short prayer during midnight mass. Amy Elizabeth Shapiro was among the passengers on Flight Her name was Amy Beth Shapiro. So I always referred to these two girls as my two girls. During the weeks that followed the bombing, relatives of the Pan Am passengers arrived in Lockerbie. Peter Giesecke learned that the girl whose body he found in his back garden was Anne Lindsey Otenasek.
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The year-old social work student was a native of Baltimore and one of the 35 Syracuse students. Twelve years after Pan Am fell on Lockerbie, Libyan intelligence agent Abdelbaset al-Megrahi was convicted of mass murder. He was sentenced in to 27 years in a Scottish prison but was released on compassionate grounds eight years later after being diagnosed with terminal prostate cancer. Megrahi was released from a Scottish prison on compassionate grounds. Doubts about the safety of his conviction and the part played by the CIA in gathering evidence against Megrahi persist to this day. The Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission is now considering whether there are grounds to refer his case to the appeal court.
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But he does not think Megrahi was the sole murderer. Fr Keegans, who is now retired, joined the Justice for Megrahi campaign after meeting Megrahi and his family. The group, which was set up by Dr Jim Swire, the father of one of the British victims of the bombing, is backing the push for an appeal. The horror, the tragedy, the sadness, the grief, the support and love that was shown. All of that stays with us. It stands beside the motorway linking Glasgow and Carlisle, and it is a market town for the surrounding farms.
Home to 4, residents, it was never a remote, isolated village - but it never expected to be the centre of global terrorism and tragedy.
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It has changed a lot in three decades, with new factories and housing estates contributing to a slight population increase. Where families were wiped out, lives cut short and homes destroyed, there are memorials - but there is also new life. In Sherwood Crescent - the epicentre of the devastation - houses have been rebuilt alongside a modest stone of remembrance.
To the west of the town is Dryfesdale Cemetery, where a visitor centre tells the story of Pan Am and the Lockerbie Air Disaster Memorial stands in silent testimony to the dead. Street sculptures celebrate Lockerbie's connection with agriculture. The other lasting memorial is the scholarship which every year gives two students from Lockerbie Academy the chance to study at Syracuse University.
It could speak for the whole town and all those whose lives were touched by the murders. But if you wait long enough, good comes out of it.
And Lockerbie will never, never forget their relatives, and how they died here. Visitors to the town pay tribute to the victims of flight Josephine Donaldson is typical of the people in Lockerbie - proud of the way they came together, but reluctant to take credit for the part she played. I had a son, and if that had happened in America and I never got him home, I would have hoped someone would have done the same.
Lockerbie The town scarred by Pan Am flight It was the shortest day of the year and there were just four more days until Christmas. Rosebank Crescent. At 2am one night, her attacker broke down the door of the house and threw acid on her. He has never been punished as he was able to bribe authorities to escape penalty. Farzana Hossen. She has had four skin surgeries.
In she worked in a dyeing factory in Norshingdi. One day while walking home, she had acid thrown on her face by a co-worker 27 whose love proposal she had refused. Salma, 42, is a mother of three daughters. Her husband Mohammed Delwar Hossen, 50, threw acid on her in , after nine years of marriage. My father used to take all the money for gambling and as she was beautiful he thought she could divorce him and could marry someone else. That was the reason he threw acid on my mom.
Sheema,17, needs to exercise regularly to keep her swollen skin flexible, at Acid Survivor Foundation hospital. Moni, 15, at her home in Rangpur. In , Moni was in grade nine at school. She was attacked with acid after refusing to love and marry a man who was 21 years old. She has lost her eyesight completely in one eye, and cannot afford the cost of an operation that could repair sight in the other.
In , Maksuda, 27, was dowsed with kerosene by her husband after a fight. Maksuda still lives with Aladin Miah, 40, who continues to beat her. She gave birth to a baby boy in Sheema, 17, sleeping in her bed at Acid Survivor Foundation hospital. She has trouble sleeping due to pain caused by the scars on her face. Roushon, 32, got married at the age of 13 in Birampur.
In , after eight years of marriage, her husband poured acid on her while she was sleeping next to her son because she opposed his second marriage. She lost an ear completely and half of her face and body has been burned. A photograph of Marifa, Marifa was a student of Pharmacy in the University of Chittagong.
This inflated my lung and we kept it in for 10 days and the pneumothorax was not healing on its own. The thoracic surgeons and my doctors decided that they needed to go in with Video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery. This allowed them to staple my lungs leaks and suction my lung into the pleural cavity to keep it up and healthy. This was a 5. I came out of surgery with a couple inch incision and 2 chest tubes. When I was born in , the doctors knew right away that I had Cystic Fibrosis due to the blockage in my intestines.
This caused me to have to get a meconium ileus surgery to remove the blockage and part of my intestines. This surgery left a horizontal scar across my stomach.
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Because CF causes the digestive issue, I am not able to absorb nutrition like a normal human being. When I was a baby I had a rough time keeping weight on so they placed a GJ tube in my stomach, this helped me get to a good weight and it was taken out when I was 5 years old. With a transplant, I had a complication that my heart could not keep up and my lungs could not handle working on their own, so I was intubated a second time, a couple days after my transplant. This was scary, but in the end, I needed more time to heal. When they put in an emergency intubation, the tube was too big for my throat causing my left vocal chord to be slow and lazy.
This made it unsafe for me to swallow. I was not able to eat real food, so they placed an NG tube. The NG went up to my nose to my stomach, but this was not comfortable and kept coming out of place. We decided to put in a GJ tube which is the same thing I had when I was a baby. This allowed me to get nutrition and it was more comfortable. After 21 days post-transplant, I was cleared to eat. I lost 20lbs and I needed to eat plus do tube feeds. Once I did this, I was able to get it removed and become Tubeless Tiff!
My scoliosis was so severe that the doctor did not believe a spinal brace would even help, so I went through the rest of my adolescent years feeling pretty out of my element. It was not until I graduated high school that I finally underwent spinal fusion surgery to straighten everything out literally and figuratively. Not only did I stand a few centimeters taller, but I felt like such a badass with a 6-inch scar running down my lower torso.
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I awoke early in the morning of October 30th, in a horribly uncomfortable way. As soon as I was able to stand, I had an intense pinching feeling in my lower left abdomen, so painful, I actually fell onto the floor trying to make it to the bathroom. The rest of the day I was in bed, in the dark, afraid to move, due to the bizarre pain and exhaustion I had. I tried to ignore it, until the early morning hours came again, except this time I could barely stand. I went into the ER, was tested on for half of the day, with the conclusion that I had Ovarian Cysts on my left ovary.
Since this was a common thing among women, I was referred to a doctor to monitor it. When I had my appointment with the Ovarian Cyst Specialist, I was informed that the cyst was extreme in size and I would need emergency surgery to remove it. When my surgery day arrived, I spent over 3 hours on the operating table when it was supposed to be a 45 min- 1-hour procedure. As I awoke, I had all the doctors in the room with me, explaining that my cyst was accompanied by several tumors, other cysts, and endometriosis. I was told that my ovaries were oversized, uncommonly shaped and basically I had no chance to ever have children naturally and may have cancer developing inside at any moment in the future.
So, I gave the specialist permission to refer me to an Oncology specialist, who assisted me when deciding if a radical full hysterectomy was needed. And it was.
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