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'Highly unlikely' three missing Didcot workers still alive, officials warn

It is "highly unlikely" that three people still missing in the rubble of the Didcot Power Station collapse are still alive, officials have said.

The search has been hampered by the "unstable" section still standing, they added.

The station closed in 2013 and was in the process of being demolished when it collapsed yesterday, killing one and injuring five.

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No air quality problems at Didcot site, say health officers

There are no air quality problems at the site of the Didcot Power Station collapse, according to environmental health officers.

Dust rose into the air following the collapse of much of the building on Tuesday afternoon, which was caught on video by witnesses.

It was later confirmed that there were no hazardous materials on site, but residents living nearby were told to keep doors and windows closed.

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