Glencoe avalanche – fatalities
Very sad, just to reiterate what was said on P1, based on the SAIS info on Sat, it was definitely a day to be out on the mountains and certainly I would have been, with no more than considering the av. info in my route plan. there are no absolutes tho and it appears this has been one of those rare tragedies.Posted 5 years ago
Good cause, donated.
man. i just sat in the car in the carpark just about in tears when his name was read out on the news this morning , It still hasnt sunk in that he is gone.
the last thing he said to me was “you’ve sold out man” and i said “dont worry ill be back to race you again one day once ive got out of the field”
donated as well luke.Posted 5 years agoryreedMember
Truly a tragedy…so sad. Having lost my younger brother in an accident this Christmas I know that when people so young lose their lives that there is nothing that can make sense of the loss. My thoughts are with those who have lost their loved ones. Take care of each other.Posted 5 years agodeadlydarcyMember
I think Chris’ father gave an interview on 5Live Drive this evening. I only caught the very tail end. But lots of people contacted the show to say what a fine piece it was. Really sorry if I got the wrong man. Might be nice for some of the STWers to have a listen. I’m sure it’ll be on iPlayer somewhere.Posted 5 years agohungry monkeyMember
I just wanted to add a heartfelt thank you to all the people from STW who have donated to the Glencoe MRT – donations have hit over £7000 which I am sure will be a massive help to them.
I also want to thank Luke for organising this collection. He may not be perfect ( 😉 ) but he really is a top bloke. Luke, you often came up in conversations between myself and chris, it was always clear how much respect he had for you. he was a fan of yours.
thanks luke, best of luck this weekend.Posted 5 years ago
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