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The Cullen Reports are a series of summary results of public inquiries into manmade disasters that were overseen by William Cullen of Whitekirk.

The first report was prompted by Occidental Petroleum's Piper Alpha disaster on July 6, 1988, in which gas condensate ignited, killing 167 of the 229 people on board the oil platform in only 22 minutes.[1] Then in 1996, a second report was issued following inquiry into the Dunblane Massacre at Dunblane Primary School.[2] The final Cullen Report was a result of Lord Cullen's appointment to chair the 1999 Ladbroke Grove Rail Inquiry.[3]


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