An elderly veteran who parachuted into Normandy today says he and his comrades were "a wee bit apprehensive" when they jumped to the same spot 70 years ago.
Speaking to ITV News Correspondent Paul Davies, 89-year-old Jock Hutton said today's D-Day commemorations had been "very humbling".
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