The body was placed at Lockerbie town hall, which quickly became a makeshift mortuary
for the victims as they were found.
"I've looked here in the morgue and in another morgue, but there is no sign of them," she said, standing in front of a row of coffins at a makeshift mortuary
Another poem is focused on the extraordinary story of a young arsonist who posed as a caretaker and set fire to the chapel in Aberfan which had been used as a makeshift mortuary
on the day of the tragedy.
THE HORROR Bodies from 1995 massacre in makeshift mortuary
in Tuzla, Bosnia
I had to try to do some-CARING: Young Tara treats a fan at the ground thing." Now an A&E nurse at Sheffield Northern General Hospital, Tara also recalled running into the gym not realising it had become a makeshift mortuary
THE shameful cover-up to smear victims of the Hillsborough disaster began as their bodies lay in a makeshift mortuary
Aged 17 at the time, she discovered Andrew had died when her father returned from the gymnasium being used as a makeshift mortuary
for the victims.
Mr Tyrrell said: "We were just flabbergasted the way they were talking to us like criminals." Police said to a man queuing at the ground's makeshift mortuary
: "I don't know what you are moaning about three hours, I have been here all day'."
They had entered the mosque a day earlier, turning it into a makeshift mortuary
for dozens of protesters killed on Thursday.
He also revealed that his father tended the makeshift mortuary
after the fire and was left 'a broken man' by the terrible sights he saw.
You are in a car speeding through Dublin towards the west year after year the journey uncoils past the same landmarks Kilmainham Jail strapped to a chair bullet to the brain on by the Rowntree Mackintosh factory where the black and yellow and orange and red fruit gums and sugar-covered pastilles spit out of humming machines through the streets by the Deadman's Inn where in the last century the cellar was a makeshift mortuary
for corpses carried in from stagecoaches and a little further up the road the Spa Hotel perched on a hillside like some angular magpie on a branch.
Yesterday his body, scarred by numerous cigarette burns, was laid out beside his father's in a makeshift mortuary
at an old meat store in the coastal city of Misrata.