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Construction firm fined after electric shock scars worker for life

A Kent-based construction and engineering company has been fined after an employee suffered severe burns when his jack hammer touched unexposed underground electricity cables.

Bradley Marsh, 28, from Ashford suffered 62 per cent burns to his upper body, face, neck and arms when he inadvertently struck the 11,000 volt cable while working at a construction site in Tovil, Maidstone.

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