He did his job in the most remarkable of circumstances. Today friends and family of Brighton bomb hero Brian Murray paid tribute to him at his funeral.
The 76-year-old old was one of the first paramedics on the scene during the IRA attack on the Grand Hotel in 1984. He was awarded a British Empire Medal for risking his own life to rescue politicians, as Andy Dickenson reports.
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