Lincolnshire engineer among freed Britons from Algerian hostage crisis
A Lincolnshire engineer who was among the freed British hostages rescued in Algeria has vowed that he will return to the country.
Lou Fear, 56, from Louth helped build the complex nine years ago.
Mr Fear, an engineering team leader for BP told Algerian television: "We like the Algerian people, we come here to train them and we feel very sorry this has happened to your country as well.
"We are the people who built this plant, we will come back."
Hurry Up!!! Special £5 Voucher for Nepalese and Indian TakeawayView details
We are providing £5 voucher for all online registered customer. Register online at www.everestxpress.co.uk
or visit our Takeaway with a copy of this voucher. Call us on 01522541930 for more details.
Terms: Visit our website for full T & C.
Valid until: Friday, May 31 2013
Islamist militants took British and foreign workers hostage at the In Amenas desert gas complex on January 16.
Three Britons were killed in the attack and three more are feared dead. In total 32 kidnappers and 23 captives died.
Special forces ended the four-day siege and 22 British nationals have been flown back to the UK.