25-years-ago this weekend, many of the U.S. relatives of those who died in the Lockerbie air disaster gathered at New York airport, where the plane was due to land, to hear the news.
One woman was not there.
Carol King Eckersley, from Oregon in the US, only found out that her son was on board this year. It's just one more tragic tale from the disaster, as Matthew Taylor now reports:
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