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Six dead in crane accident at Samsung Heavy Yard

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Six people are dead and another 22 have been injured in a crane accident at a Samsung Heavy Industries yard in South Korea, report media. Workers were in the process of construct modules for a platform destined for a Norwegian oil field. Updated 16:00 CET.


BY SØREN PICO
Published 01.05.17 at 12:58

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