Judge refuses bid to release recordings from air crash that killed Cumbrian peer

Judge refuses bid to release recordings from air crash that killed Cumbrian peer
 

A HIGH Court judge has ruled that voice and data recordings from a helicopter crash which killed Cumbria's richest man and three other people should remain confidential.
Lord Ballyedmond, also known as Dr Edward Haughey, was killed when the AgustaWestland AW139 came down in a field in heavy fog shortly after take-off from an estate he owned in Gillingham, Norfolk, on March 13, 2014.
Dr Haughey’s foreman, Declan Small, 42, from Northern Ireland; pilot Captain Carl Dickerson, 36, Thornton, Lancashire; and co-pilot Captain Lee Hoyle, 45, from Cheshire, also died.
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30 September 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 25
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