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On 6 July 1988An explosion and ensuing oil and fuel fires destroyed Piper Alpha, killing 167 males, together with two crewmen of a rescue vessel 61 workers escaped and survived. 30 bodies ended up in no way recovered. The whole insured loss was about 1.7 billion. – raw

On 6 July 1988An explosion and resulting oil and gas fires destroyed Piper Alpha, killing 167 men, including two crewmen of a rescue vessel; 61 workers escaped and survived. Thirty bodies were never recovered. The total insured loss was about £1.7 billion.

On 6 July 1988An explosion and ensuing oil and gasoline fires wrecked Piper Alpha, killing 167 males, such as two crewmen of a rescue vessel 61 employees escaped and survived. Thirty bodies had been in no way recovered. The whole insured decline was about £1.7 billion. – just out