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Video: Aberdeen director makes Piper Alpha film free to view as tribute

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"Lee Hutcheon created The Men of Piper Alpha in 2011.......

To mark the 32nd anniversary of the explosion on board, which killed 167 men, Lee has temporarily waived the rights to the production and uploaded it to YouTube to allow as many as possible to see it.

He said he had been motivated by the fact the families of those affected would be unable to attend a memorial service due to Covid-19 restrictions.

And he hopes it will bring comfort to families as they remember those who were lost in the worst offshore disaster in terms of lives lost."

https://www.eveningexpress.co.uk/fp/new ... s-tribute/

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