Italy MP: I Feel Guilty for Surviving
Italian MP Antonio Boccuzzi tells Jo Fidgen how he was the only member of his team to survive a steel factory fire in 2007. He has campaigned for safety at work since then.
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(Photo: Italian MP and safety at work campaigner Antonio Boccuzzi. Credit: Damien Meyer/AFP/Getty Images
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