No one dies unless they are forgotten. Keeping their memory alive will ensure that. The 270 victims killed in the bombing of Pan American flight 103 came from many walks of life and 21 countries and ranged from 2 months to 82 years old. Many were children and young people, with 41% being 25 years old or younger. On board were 190 Americans. Eleven Lockerbie residents died on the ground.