The last survivor to escape from the wreckage of a helicopter which plunged into the North Sea says he still has nightmares about the disaster.
Four people died when the Super Puma crashed off Shetland as it approached a nearby airport.
James Nugent, who lives in Newquay, and 13 other people managed to scramble out of the flooded wreckage after the aircraft hit the water and turned upside down.
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