It seems impossible to think 25 years have passed since the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103, which exploded and crashed in the tiny town of Lockerbie, Scotland. It was one of the biggest disasters in aviation history.
With 270 people killed in the air and on the ground, the tragedy of this fateful day is burned into our memories. But even more troubling are the questions that still remain over who was responsible for this attack.
Peter met with Victoria Cummock, who lost her husband in the bombing. As the only family member who didn’t initially take a $10 million, no-fault settlement from then-Libyan leader Muammar Gadhafi, Cummings continues to demand answers as to why and what happened on that day.
Watch Peter’s CBS Evening News report below.
- CBS Saturday Morning: On both sides of the Atlantic, memorials commemorate those killed on Pan Am 103.
- Peter’s blog: Remembering Pan Am Flight 103