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New Zealand: lessons learnt from cold store explosion

A recent coronial inquest into the explosion in April 2008 of a cold store in Tamahere, New Zealand, following a hydrocarbon refrigerant leak, has revealed a number of deficiencies.
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__truncato_root__>A recent coronial inquest into the explosion in April 2008 of a cold store in Tamahere, New Zealand, following a hydrocarbon refrigerant leak, has revealed a number of deficiencies. The incident, which caused the death of a fireman, was due to a pipe rupture provoking the leaka...

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