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HSBC site in Canary Wharf

Erection of a Wolff tower crane has begun at the HSBC site in Canary Wharf, London, replacing the one which collapsed killing three men in May (NCE 25 May). The operation to erect the new structure has been given the go ahead after scrutiny of the climbing process by the Health & Safety Executive which is still investigating the accident together with Wolff and crane owner Hewden Stewart.

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