Worker dies after being struck by machinery in Victorian factory


Wednesday, 02 June, 2021

Worker dies after being struck by machinery in Victorian factory

A worker suffered head injuries and died at a Dandenong South factory in Victoria on Wednesday, 26 May.

It is believed that the 47-year-old was hit by an attachment on a rubber extrusion machine.

The death brought the state’s workplace fatality toll to 19 for 2021.

WorkSafe Victoria is investigating.

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