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AN INVESTIGATION into the 44-metre tall tower crane which fell onto Phinikoudes promenade in stormy weather over four months ago, killing one and injuring three others, will finally begin next month, it transpired yesterday.Head of the Labour Inspection Department Leandros Nicolaides told the Cyprus Mail that after the department carried out a preliminary investigation into the freak accident, it decided to bring in foreign experts for a closer examination of the reasons for the deadly fall of the 200-tonne tower crane. ... 1 comment