International Business & Economy Foreign worker dies in Tampines work-site

Foreign worker dies in Tampines work-site

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Update: A company spokesperson have stated that the worker is under the employment of their mesh supplier, and investigations are still on-going for the accident.

A Facebook user Mano Elangovan has shared that a foreign worker has died in an accident at a work-site in Tampines today. His post has had over 1500 shares.

Mano shared that the worker had started work at the precasting firm in Tampines just 2 days earlier, and that he is from a place called Batlagundu, in Dindigul district in Tamil Nadu, India.
The death was caused by lorry crane lifting gear failure said Mano.
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