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QUESTION OF PROTECTION. Reference to the recent tragedies which had occurred as a result of people jumping from Grafton Bridge was made by Messrs. G. G. Grant and J. L. Coakley at a meeting of the Auckland City Council last evening. Mr. Grant asked that/ in view of recent happenings, also of Press and magisterial comment urging some safeguard, and the report obtained by the from nerve specialists recommending some protection being provided on the bridge, that the works committee reconsider its decision to defer the question of providing such protection on the structure until the 1937 estimates were under review.

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LEAPS FROM BRIDGE., Auckland Star, Volume LXVII, Issue 282, 27 November 1936

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LEAPS FROM BRIDGE. Auckland Star, Volume LXVII, Issue 282, 27 November 1936

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