Meet the Scots fireman on a mission to save the helpless refugee children cast adrift at sea

Meet the Scots fireman on a mission to save the helpless refugee children cast adrift at sea
 

THEY are the most tragic victims of a devastating humanitarian crisis – tiny, helpless children adrift on the sea.
The refugee infants, some with parents, some without, endure horrifying conditions on boats where life is at its most fragile and some will not see out the journey.
Fireman Jim Snedden made it his mission to save them on a three-week volunteer stint in the Mediterranean with the charity MOAS.
In the middle of the chaos and confusion when the charity’s ship finds one of the flimsy refugee boats, Jim, 46, helped to carry the children gently to safety.
Jim, of Dunblane, is also a... read more

 
16 October 2016 in World News, Views: 35
Source: Daily Record
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