Always in the forefront of the rescue
- the miners. They work until they drop
are too young for the full impact of the disaster to have sunk in. But they are
not too young to do the men's work, helping to bring some order again to the devastated
streets, so that Aberfan can live again.
HEROES WHOSE LIVES WILL
BE THE SAME AGAIN, AN HOUR AFTER
Life can never be the same again for the men and women, and the teenagers, who were the heroes of Aberfan.
They will never forget - and the world will always remember - the unending hours of
their heart breaking battle to rescue the victims of disaster valley.
From the piles of pictures which amassed in newspaper offices all over the world, "The
People" has selected these to typify the courage and the self-sacrifice by
pitifully small on a stretcher, the blanket covered body of a child victim is
carried by weary policemen to a chapel for identification by grieving relatives.
COMFORT FROM SALAVATION ARMY
She is old enough and wise enough fully
to understand the horror of the tragedy that has struck her village. She weeps
for the children who will play no more in Aberfan, comforted by a Salvation Army