Monday, 8 May 2017

Tangiwai memorial unveiled for unsung heroes

A memorial has come out for two men whose selfless actions saved 134 lives during the Tangiwai train disaster in the central North Island. It's been 60 years since the crash and Sunday was the first time their actions have been correctly recognized. The families of train driver Charles Parker and fire man lance red man paid tribute to the men at the service along with  survivors of New Zealand's worst rail disaster.

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