Judgement day

Perry, Dominic
August 2005
Commercial Motor;8/4/2005, Vol. 201 Issue 5139, p20
Trade Publication
Analyzes the court ruling on the companies involved in the fire incident in Mont Blanc tunnel in France in 1999. Total number of people who were killed in the incident; Fines imposed on the French and Italian companies managing the construction of the tunnel; Issues on the safety records of firms involved in tunneling raised during the trial for the incident.


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