/ Helicopter Crash in Central London #2
At the wake there was loads of people I know from the industry which was good to catch up with; it's a shame it take something like this to get everyone back together again. We all expected Pete to come bursting in saying “Surprise!” There was many a good story involving Pete, from his friends and family.
On the back of the service order there are pictures of Pete and one of them summed Pete up to me, chilling out in the sun wearing shorts, shirt off reading a book while leaning against the skids on a Twin Squirrel helicopter in while waiting for the passengers; he will be sorely missed.
Again R.I.P. Pete old friend.
The loss of Matt would have been devastating to Pete; if he was capable after the collision with the Crain he would have tried everything to avoid anyone on the ground.
Please pass my condolences to Matt’s family if you can.
> The loss of Matt would have been devastating to Pete; if he was capable after the collision with the Crain he would have tried everything to avoid anyone on the ground.
> Please pass my condolences to Matt’s family if you can.
> R.I.P. Matt
I have just emailed link to rentokil HO
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