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1037pm: HMS Gannet, Royal Navy shore base at Prestwick, Ayrshire, and home of a squadron of Sea Kings is alerted.
One Sea King picks up an Aberdeen medical team and flies to foe Tharos.
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lion platfonn m tne Eoin Kerr, a radio North Sea, lea ving l oo officer at Wick, sai± men - dead, including “About four minutes later a three rescuers. It sounded as though the situa¬ tion on the rig was pretty horrendous.” The last message he heard from the unidentified radio¬ man was: “We’re abandoning the rig. Mr John Brading, Occidental’s UK chairman, said: “It would appear that the first explosion occurred due to an escape of gas in the ‘C module. “Eight vessels in the im¬ mediate vicinity of Piper ren¬ dered assistance in rescue and fire fighting “The damage to the plat¬ form is obviously extensive and includes the complete destruction of three of the four major plant modules housing the Oil " J - between the first and the last and gas separation explosion, which finally tore it facilities, gas condensate P - 3 hithat a ^cuers aboard the sup- JSSg Ser S«L«SBSSiii night admi^ Mwever. We didn’t know what was there, it could have been another deck. I dived about 50 ft, totally Six words launched huge rescue operation One of the largest rescue operations ever seen in the North Sea began on Wednesday at 9.58pm when the Aberdeen coastguard received a mayday call from an oil rig support vessel, the Lowland Cavalier.
1037pm; Royal Navy Sea King from Prestwick, Strathclyde, is told to fly to Lossiemouth.
10.45pm: Shetland coastguard te Os Pitreavie it has a helicopter airborne from Sumburgh.
1039pm: RAF Nimrod based at Kinloss, Grampian, is scrambled to provide overhead surveillance and coordinate helicopters.
1032pm: An RAF Sea King returning to RAF Lossiemouth, Grampian, is ordered to refuel and fly out to the disaster scene.
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