When the Buncefield fuel storage depot exploded at 6am on Sunday, December 11, 2005, it threatened to halt European travel company Thomson’s corporate sit-down dining event for 5,800 attendees. Set to begin on Wednesday, December 14, the event would be the National Exhibition Centre’s (NEC) largest dining event ever. XL Video, located in Hemel Hempstead where the blast occurred, was to supply “Thomson’s Festive Fiesta” with full video, audio, and lighting production and technical services. ...
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