The inquest into the deaths of five Lithuanian men, who died in an explosion in Boston on 13 July last year resumes today. Erlandas Duzinskas (28), Vaidas Krupenkinas (39),
Laimutis Simkus (32), Ovidijus Mejeris (26) and Ricardas Gecas (24) died in an industrial unit that was being used for the production of counterfeit alcohol. The inquest is being held at Spalding Magistrates .
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