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July 02, 1999
Unidentified relatives leave a hall July 2, which housed the coffins of the victims killed when the...
St. Etienn En Devoluy, Italy
Unidentified relatives leave a hall July 2, which housed the coffins of the victims killed when the.....
Unidentified relatives leave a hall July 2, which housed the coffins of the victims killed when the Pic de Bure cable car plunged 80 metres (260 ft), killing all 20 people aboard on July 1. Investigators in this small Alpine village began on Friday picking over the shattered remains of the cablecar. With the grim work of removing the bodies completed overnight, the authorities turned to trying to figure out what went wrong and caused France's worst cable car disaster. An officer said a first step would be to lower the still-intact carrying cables and inspect them for wear or damage. ??»
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