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October 08, 1999 
Health and Safety Executive chairman Bill Callaghan (L) and Health and Safety Executive Chief Inspector... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
Health and Safety Executive chairman Bill Callaghan (L) and Health and Safety Executive Chief Inspec..... 
Health and Safety Executive chairman Bill Callaghan (L) and Health and Safety Executive Chief Inspector of Railways Vic Coleman bow their heads for a minutes silence during a press conference to release the HSE's preliminary report October 8, on the train crash near London's Paddington Station. The report stated that the immediate cause of the accident appeared to be that the Thames Train passed a red "danger" signal some 700 metres before the collision point.
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