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Discussion on The Collapse of the Hotel New World, Singapore: a Technical Inquiry by Mr T.W. Hulme,


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The Chairman I was particularly interested in the early part of your presentation in which you discussed the tunnelling and rescue of quite a number of people trapped inside the building.

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