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Asbestos alert for emergency workers who dealt with the IRA Brighton bombing in 1984

The Grand Hotel in Brighton was bombed in 1984

People caught up in the IRA bombing of Brighton's Grand Hotel thirty-two years ago are being warned they may have been exposed to harmful asbestos. Five were killed when a blast ripped through the hotel during the Conservative Party conference. A police officer who worked at the scene has now died from an asbestos-related disease. Other rescue workers are being told to seek medical advice, as Malcolm Shaw has our report.