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Mother remembers river disaster

Sean Lockwood Croft

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A mother from Aldershot, whose son died when the Marchioness sank in the Thames, has laid a wreath at a ceremony to mark the 20th anniversary of the disaster.

A total of 51 people died after the pleasure boat collided with a dredger in August 1989.

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