Dozens of people who contracted Legionnaires' disease earlier this year are calling for a public inquiry in the aftermath of a fatal outbreak in Edinburgh.
The patients are seeking answers over what went wrong and have instructed law firm Irwin Mitchell.
More than 100 people acquired the potentially fatal lung disease during the outbreak, which saw three people die. Coming to light at the end of May, it is thought to have centred on cooling towers in the south west of Edinburgh.
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