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Paul Holmes' Cave Creek Exclusive

16 March 2005

Paul Holmes' Cave Creek Exclusive

Ten years after the heartbreaking accident at Cave Creek, Paul Holmeswill broadcast an exclusive interview this Thursday night with one of the survivors.

One survivor, one terrible secret. A secret that has haunted this young man for nearly a decade. Paul Holmes’ exclusive one-on-one broadcasts tomorrow Thursday at 7pm.

The tragedy at Cave Creek occurred on 28th April 1995.

A Department of Conservation (DOC) Field Manager and 17 Outdoor Recreation course students from Greymouth Polytechnic crowded onto the viewing platform high above Cave Creek on the West Coast of the South Island.

The DOC platform collapsed and fell 30 metres into the valley below. 14 young students were killed and four others were injured.

One of the survivors speaks out on a secret that has troubled him for ten years.

A Paul Holmes exclusive, Thursday night 7pm on Prime.


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