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By Humanitarian Demining Accident and Incident Database


Prior to the accident a two-man team including Victim No.3 were clearing a one metre wide lane. They were wearing frag-jackets, helmets and visors. The Team supervisor (a Uruguayan National) was not wearing protective clothing. He became Victim No.1. Another ex-pat supervisor (Pakistani National) on site was wearing a helmet and visor. He became Victim No.2. The deminers could see a partly exposed PMN about two metres in front of the end-of-lane marker stick

Topics: DDAS, 1996, Angola, missed mine, PMN, AP, Defense and Security Studies, Peace and Conflict Studies, Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration, Public Policy, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Social Policy
Publisher: JMU Scholarly Commons
Year: 1996
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