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Worker killed by swinging crane hook

A Cardiff-based recycling company has ordered to pay over £230,000 after an employee died following an incident at its premises.

John Penhalagan, 44, was employed by Celsa Manufacturing (UK) when he was struck by a crane hook weighing 3.7 tonnes used to convey ladles of molten steel in the firms new ‘melt’ shop on 30 May 2007.

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