Monday, October 31, 2011

Scottish construction worker among Kabul dead

Scottish construction worker, David Quinn, from Airdrie, Lanarkshire, was killed on 29th October 2011 in Kabul, when a suicide bomber rammed a car packed with explosives into an armoured NATO bus.

Mr. Quinn was working for Texas-based construction firm Fluor Corporation in the country. He was a former pupil at Caldervale High School in Airdrie and leaves his wife Jane and daughter Sophie.

Other victims of the attack included British construction worker Stephen Brown, who also worked for Fluor Corp., Canadian soldier Master Corporal Byron Greff, four US soldiers, a civilian from Kosovo and five American civilians.


  1. Davy Quinn was a true gentleman a good family man a friend and work buddy R.I.P big man Stuarty

  2. Everyone is in deep shock. David was a pure gent. We worked along side him at Bagram and we all wanted to send our love and best wishes to his family and friends. Our thoughts are with you. God Bless David.


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