WESTMINSTER HALL PROBE
Conservationists are assessing the damage to a lantern in London's medieval Westminster Hall after a section of the structure collapsed during rehearsals for a royal concert. The reverberation from the bass notes of an electric organ dislodged two main sections of the lantern's timber vaulting during preparations for the concert, due to be held last Wednesday.
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