N. Zealand quake collapse designer apologises

N. Zealand quake collapse designer apologises

Wellington : New Zealand | Aug 07, 2012 at 1:14 AM PDT
Source: Channel NewsAsia
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The designer of a building which collapsed in last year's Christchurch earthquake, killing 115 people, apologised at a New Zealand probe into the disaster Tuesday, saying it did not meet his standards. Alan Reay, whose company designed the Canterbury Television office block in the mid-1980s, described... FULL ARTICLE AT Channel NewsAsia
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