People pay tribute to Heysham explosion victims with doorstep silence and minute clap
Residents paid tribute to Heysham explosion victims by holding a minute silence followed by a minute clap.
Former Morecambe Councillor Joshua Brandwood called for people to pay tribute to the victims of the explosion in Heysham on Sunday night.
He said in a post on Facebook which was filmed: "Lancaster pays tribute to George Arthur Hinds and the families affected by the gas explosion in Heysham with a minute silence followed by a minute clap for the emergency service workers for their hard work.
"I felt it would be a lovely tribute for all locals in Lancaster and Morecambe to take part in a doorstep minute silence followed by a minute clap for the emergency services who are currently working hard around the clock to support all the families affected."