Former Manchester United and Northern Ireland goalkeeper Harry Gregg and survivor of the Munich air crash recalls the disaster and saving some of his team-mates.

Gregg passed away today aged 87.

On 6 February 1958 British European Airways flight 609 crashed while attempting take-off at Munich-Riem Airport.

Twenty-three people died as a result of the air crash, including eight Manchester United players, known as the Busby Babes after their manager Matt Busby who survived the crash. 

Among the dead were players Geoff Bent, Roger Byrne, Eddie Colman, Duncan Edwards, Mark Jones, David Pegg, Tommy Taylor and Liam Whelan, as well as Manchester United staff Bert Whalley, Tom Curry and Walter Crickmer.

Gregg survived the crash and on the 60th anniversary of the disaster, spoke to Adrian Eames about that fateful day.

He saved a pregnant Serbian woman, her baby daughter, as well as, among others, team-mates Bobby Charlton and Jackie Blanchflower from the wreckage.

"Nobody owes me anything. I owe nobody anything either," he told RTÉ's Sunday Sport.

"I found the boss, Matt Busby  on the snow, put rubbish behind him and propped him up and left him there. I went a bit further and I found Bobby Charlton and 'Tricky' [Denis] Viollet and dragged them," he said and explains in grave detail the horrific scenario on the Belgrade runway.