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Incredible drone footage shows a birds-eye view of a moving memorial service to mark 40 years since the sinking of HMS Sheffield UK News

The Royal Navy warship named after the Steel City was hit by an Argentinian missile on May 4 and then sunk on May 10, 1982. Of the 268 crew, many were brought to safety, but 20 were killed and others injured.

And the South Yorkshire Police drone was there to capture a unique view of the service, which included a parade of Sheffield sea cadets marching past the war memorial at Barker’s Pool.

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For a while yesterday morning (May 1), the city center stopped to watch a parade by Sheffield sea cadets at the war memorial in Barker’s Pool.

Photographs show Sea Cadets standing in formation at Barker’s Pool and show the parade going up Leopold Street downtown.

Drone photo shows Sheffield sea cadets marching down Leopold Street to mark 40 years since the sinking of HMS Sheffield

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This notice was published: 2022-05-02 21:22:10

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