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Demolition of the former Albergo Commercio in Piazza Fontana in Milan, still damaged by the war, occupied by students in '68 and evacuated by the police in August '69. "Suddenly the scaffolding shook and pieces of window frames came at us like shrapnel. We didn't understand what it was; I was afraid that the oxygen cylinders for the cutting torch, which Luigi had delivered that morning along with two trucks of brand-new deck boards, might have exploded. (Testimony of Gianni Pandolfi, the day after the massacre of December 12, 1969).
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