Worker dies in accident at Ginsters factory
The Herald|December 14, 2021
INQUIRY LAUNCHED INTO INCIDENT IN LOADING AREA
EDWARD CHURCH

AN investigation has been launched after the death of a worker at the Ginsters factory in Callington.

Details have emerged of the death, which is said to have involved a lorry, and happened in a loading area on the morning of Thursday, December 2.

Police said they were contacted by the Air Ambulance, and added that the death of the man has been referred to the Health and Safety Executive, to consider whether there are issues over working practices at the site.

A colleague who asked not to be named has told Herald sister website Cornwall Live that just after 6.30am, while holding the side curtains of the lorry open, the vehicle reversed and crushed the man against a wall.

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