BRISTOL CITY stars wore black armbands in opposition to Birmingham in tribute to one of many victims of the Avonmouth explosion.
Luke Wheaton, 16, was certainly one of four people who died in a blast at a wastewater treatment works close to Bristol on Thursday.
Bristol Metropolis paid tribute to the victims of the Avonmouth blastCredit score: Rex Options
The apprentice was a season ticket holder at City together with father Matt.
And gamers wore black armbands as they misplaced 1-0 to Birmingham due to an eightieth minute winner from Harlee Dean.
A membership shirt was additionally paced on his seat within the Part 82 singing crowd earlier than kick-off.
Gamers additionally remembered the opposite three victims of the Avonmouth tragedy.
Michael James, 64, Brian Vickery, 63, and Raymond White, 57, had been additionally killed when a silo that holds handled biosolids exploded.
The sound was described by witnesses as like ‘a bomb’ going off, with vibrations picked up half a mile away.
A supply advised the Instances: “A silo blew up as the boys had been engaged on it.
“They’ve been on the lookout for the our bodies and located one 150 metres away in a lake.
“There are 4 lifeless and one injured who might stroll away from the scene.”
A piece pal advised Solar On-line: “We’re one huge household, and when one thing so devastating occurs to your colleagues it impacts us all.
“All of us count on to go to work every day and return residence to our households.
“This impacts not solely our feelings however makes you realise simply the way it might have occurred to any of us.
“My coronary heart goes out to their households and family members, and my prayers are with all of them.”