Family of missing Swansea man killed in Didcot collapse demand action

The family of Swansea man Christopher Huxtable who was killed in the Didcot power station collapse is calling for more action to find his body.

The 34 year-old demolition worker was one of four men who died in February.

Today the company in charge of the site, RWE Npower, says it had to call the search off, saying it is too dangerous to continue.

The men were trapped under thousands of tonnes of rubble. Credit: ITV News

Three people are still missing following the collapse at Didcot A power station in February.

The families of the men have staged protests at the site demanding more is done to find them. The families say the men have been left "buried alive" by the authorities

More: Major search operation to find three missing following collapse at Didcot A power station

A memorial service has been held for Christopher Huxtable in Swansea. Credit: Family Photo

Contractors working on the clean-up have now reached a 50 metre exclusion zone, which is in place as the remainder of the structure is currently considered unstable.

Npower says the rest of the building will have to be demolished before a search can resume.

Christopher Huxtable's family talking to ITV News. Credit: ITV News