Contractors injured in medical school blast

February 25, 2000

Forensic scientists are investigating the cause of an explosion in a medical school building at Bristol University.

Five contractors who were renovating a chemistry laboratory were taken to hospital after the blast. One of them, now stable in hospital, had shrapnel blown into his chest, abdomen and legs and suffered severe hand injuries.

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Forensic scientists are very skillful. Their investigating also very important any happen. So the blast investigating for Bristol University is very required.

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