The families of four men killed in an industrial accident in Great Yarmouth will this week find out what caused the tragedy.
The men who died came from the Suffolk villages of Stanton and Rickinghall. They were working on a construction site when a steel cage collapsed on top of them.
Their inquests began today at Sprowston near Norwich. Click above to watch Malcolm Robertson's report.
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