Thursday, 20 February 2020

Dock worker rushed to hospital after being hit by falling steel

The accident happened at the steel handling terminal at the Goole Port

A man has been rushed to hospital after being hit by falling steel at the docks.
The worker was injured at around 10.20am on Wednesday and he has been taken to Doncaster Royal Infirmary by paramedics.
The accident happened at the steel handling terminal at the Goole Port, which is run by RMS.
It is as yet unknown as to the extent of the man's injuries and he is currently undergoing medical treatment.
A spokesman for the Yorkshire Ambulance Service said: "We received a call at 10.17am on Wednesday, February 19,  to reports of a male injured from falling steel at Goole Docks.


 

Ron Signorino
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Yesterday morning a docker was seriously injured at Goole port (East Riding at Yorkshire), UK, when, according to the article below, he was "hit by falling steel."
Research has turned up no further information. 
Notwithstanding, we would be grateful to any local dockers who may find themselves able to comment with additional facts.
We wish the injured worker a complete recovery.

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