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Twenty-five years ago today, a pleasure boat sank after colliding with a dredger on the River Thames. Fifty-one passengers lost their lives including Shaun Lockwood-Croft from Hampshire - he was just 26 years old.
Today, his mother Margaret Lockwood-Croft led tributes to the victims at a special memorial service held in London. Divya Kohli sends this report.
The RNLI have among those remembering the Marchioness disaster, 25 years ago.
A service this afternoon will pay tribute to the 51 people who lost their lives in the tragedy.
A service is being held to commemorate twenty five years after the tragedy on the Thames, where 51 people were killed.
The names of 51 people killed in the Marchioness pleasureboat disaster will be read out at a service in Southwark Cathedral later. The tribute will mark 25 years since the tragedy. Shaun Lockwood-Croft from Aldershot in Hampshire was one of those who died.
The vessel sank after being hit by a dredger on the River Thames in 1989.