It is now twenty years ago that the giant chimney at the Capper Pass smelting plant was pulled down - demolished amid claims it had caused a child cancer cluster in East Yorkshire.
While that link has never been proven, its owners DID pay millions of pounds in compensation to 29 workers who developed lung cancer. Two decades on, questions are still being asked about why bosses didn't shut the operation down sooner. David Hirst reports.
It's 20 years since the Capper Pass smelting works in West Hull was shut down.
The plant achieved worldwide notoriety when it was accused of causing a child cancer cluster although it was never proven.
However, it paid millions of pounds in compensation to 29 workers who developed cancer.