Anger as charges ruled out over copter deaths
No one will be prosecuted over the North Sea helicopter crash that claimed the lives of 16 men – a decision branded “disgraceful” by grieving relatives last night.
All 14 passengers and two crew died when their Super Puma suffered a catastrophic gearbox failure in April 2009.
The fatal flaws that led to the tragedy have since been laid bare by air crash investigators.
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