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The investigation into the collapse of a tower crane at Durrington High School, Worthing, West Sussex, on February 11 2005 is still not complete. The HSE is awaiting the outcome of a coroner's report into the deaths of Gary Miles, 37, and Steven Boatman, 45. Another man was seriously injured as the three attempted to derig a 60 m-high crane that was being dismantled at an £11 million Willmott Dixon site.