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Con Mech Engineers fined after worker loses leg

Con Mech Engineers has been fined £20,000 plus £8,045 in costs in court, after an agency worker was crushed between a moving vehicle and a water tank.

The Stanley, North Yorkshire, based company pleaded guilty to two breaches of the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974. The worker, who was trapped for almost an hour before being freed by emergency ...
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