Today (23/2) marks the 6th anniversary of the partial collapse at Didcot power station A which claimed the lives of Michael Collings, Ken Cresswell, Christopher Huxtable and John Shaw.
Thames Valley Police’s Deputy Chief Constable Jason Hogg, said: “Today we pay our respects to the men who tragically lost their lives following the incident at Didcot.
“Our thoughts remain with the family and friends of the four men.
“The joint investigation led by Thames Valley Police, with the Health and Safety Executive, continues to establish what led to the collapse.
“The investigation continues to focus on corporate manslaughter, gross negligence manslaughter and Health and Safety offences.
“Thames Valley Police and the Health and Safety Executive remain entirely committed to this extremely complex and challenging investigation and we maintain close contact with the families to provide them with regular updates on progress.
“We also continue to update the Crown Prosecution Service.
“Further interviews with key witnesses and suspects are planned and will be conducted in due course as we continue to progress the investigation into what happened.
“At this time we cannot put a timeframe on when the investigation will conclude, however I would like to be very clear that we will not stop in our pursuit of answers for the families.”