Royal Canberra Hospital Implosion
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- SYSTEMS THINKING AND DECISION MAKING:
- lake Burley Griffin to watch the implosion of the city's ROYAL CANBERRA HOSPITAL.
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- Royal Canberra Hospital implosion: On 13 July. 1997, the Royal Canberra Hospital was demolished by a planned implosion.
- ABSTRACT The nexus between regulation enforcement and
- In 1997, the Canberra hospital demolition went tragically wrong.
- Appendix В – List of Exhibits
- factors which contributed to the Royal Canberra Hospital implosion, HMAS. Westralia ship fire and the ESSO Longford explosion. 14.
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- Implosion 'test case' for Christchurch
- The Royal Canberra Hospital implosion resulted in the death of 12-year-old Katie Bender. Nine other people wereinjured as large fragments of masonry and metal were flung up to 650 metres from the demolition site.
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- Royal Canberra Hospital implosion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Royal Canberra Hospital implosion was a failed building implosion with lethal consequences.
- Royal Canberra Hospital Demolition
- The events which lead up to the improperly carried out demolition of the Royal Canberra Hospital and the death of a spectator.
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- Royal Canberra Hospital implosion, 13 July 1997 [picture]
- Jul 13, 1997 nla.pic-an13459476; PIC Negatives LOC NL38251; Nomarhas, James, 1951-; Royal Canberra Hospital implosion, 13 July 1997 [picture]; 1997.
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