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Farm Employee Electrocution Results in Huge Fine for Firm

Death by Electrocution In 2007, a farm worker was electrocuted while he was harvesting crops.  Edward Pybus, aged just 21 years old, was working at the Crystal Palace Farm when the spout of the combine harvester made contact with a power line above.  He was hit with 6,300 volts and died as a result of… Read the Full Post

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