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Corus fined £240,000 after lorry driver crushed by three tonnes of steel

Multinational steelmaker Corus has been fined £240,000 after a lorry driver was crushed to death at its site in Staffordshire.

The firm was prosecuted by HSE after three tonnes of steel plates fell on 22-year-old Netherton man, Ross Beddow, at the firm’s base in Wombourne.

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