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Date PostedFebruary 23, 2016

Worker Fatality on RAH Site Results in Flood of Condolences

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Source: www.theage.com.au

Work was stopped on the Royal Adelaide Hospital construction site after the death of a 63 year old worker on Saturday.

The man was crushed between a scissor lift and the top of a doorway.

The accident was the second to occur on the site, the first fatal accident involving a scissor lift happened in November 2014.

The state’s health minister expressed his disbelief at the 2 fatal incidents which are only about 12 months apart.

South Australia has already suffered 5 workplace fatalities this year which is alarming considering that in 2014, 15 workers were killed throughout the entire year.

Read more at: http://www.ntnews.com.au/news/breaking-news/condolences-over-sa-workplace-death/news-story/343a87d8e3f81f76507d8597ada34563

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