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The largest airship ever constructed burst into flames when trying to land in 1937 in New Jersey in what has become one of the most striking disasters of modern times.
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The Challenger Space Shuttle was directed to launch on the coldest day on record in Florida and 73 seconds after launch it exploded but the engineers saw it coming.
The Piper Oil field in the North Sea became the site of one of the worst Offshore Oil Rig disasters in history when Piper Platform Alpha went up in flames.
The Amagasaki rail crash was entirely caused by human error but was it a fear of punishment by the company that was ultimately the cause.
The 15th Maccabiah Games in 1997 had a temporary bridge for the opening ceremony. The world was shocked when it failed and it did so on every level.
The Titanic famously sank on her maiden voyage with a huge loss of life. No ship is unsinkable.
What went wrong with Fukushima 1 Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in 2011.
Roll cages in cars are supposed to improve safety but do they actually cause the problem they're trying to protect you from?
The BP Texas City Oil Refinery disaster in 2005 shocked the world. With safe-guards in place and lost-time injury rates so low, how could so many people be killed in a wholly preventable disaster?
Chain of Events. Cause and Effect. We analyse what went right and what went wrong as we discover that many outcomes can be predicted, planned for and even prevented.