It felt like we were on site hours before the others arrive. I think NOK those who came first felt very alone, says Simon. Here, along with colleague Mary.
Police officers were among the first to arrive ministries after the bomb attack 22 July.
Greenland police on the day when terror struck Norway. The magazine published by the Joint Police Association does not use the surname of the police officers. The pictures of Simon and colleagues who worked on the scene in its ministries went around the world the next day. - It is undeserved that we get so much attention. Think of the many others who have made a tremendous effort, Had it been someone else who was there, they had done the same. We did just what we are trained on, says Simon. They were in the central jail in the police station in Greenland with a Polish pinched when the bomb detonated.They could hear the bang. Immediately reporting a number of patrols around the city of explosions around them. Everyone had heard the bang and thought they were close.