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Caerphilly engineering company fined after workers’ fingers severed

Worker at a Caerphilly company suffered serious injuries after his fingers were severed in an unguarded machine, a court has heard.

Encon Engineering (Wales) Ltd of Bartlett Street Industrial Estate, Caerphilly, was prosecuted by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) after the incident in which machinist Rhys Davies lost four fingers and the top of his thumb. He was working on a machine used to mill titanium plates when the incident happened.

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