The full inquest into the death of a worker at Swift Caravans in October 2017 will be held in September. Paul Heath, 64, died at the Cottingham site on October 17, 2017, after a collision with a forklift truck. Mr Heath was just weeks away from retirement at the time of the incident, and was “deeply loved” by many. A pre-inquest review hearing was held in Hull last year, when it was decided the full hearing will take three days. The exact date of the inquest has now been confirmed, and will commence on Wednesday, September 18. A spokesman at Swift Group said: “With the inquest scheduled to be held in September, Swift Group is not in a position to comment at this stage but will provide further information when it is right to do so.” Emergency services were called to the company’s base in Dunswell Road, Cottingham, shortly after 10am on Tuesday, October 17. Staff were sent home after the incident, in order to allow police and Health and Safety Executive officials to examine the scene, but returned to work the next day. Speaking on the day of Mr Heath’s death, Swift Group managing director James Turner said: “Swift Group is… Read full this story
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