Two men killed in a factory explosion three years ago when the paint booth they were working in exploded and turned into a fireball had their employer, Harford Attachments Ltd, admit two breaches of health and safety practices, and were fined £145,000 at Norwich Crown Court.
Jonathan Ashley-Norman, prosecuting, told the court the deaths had been “tragic, sudden and unnecessary”.
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30th July 2018
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