BCL blames accident on dead employees

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SELEBI-PHIKWE: While still awaiting the Inspector of Mines’ report into the recent accident that killed three employees at the BCL Mine Selebi Shaft, preliminary findings place the blame on the deceased.

The three employees allegedly breached safety procedures that may have led to their untimely deaths.

The mine’s communications and public relations manager, James Molosankwe said the mine has realised that whenever there is an incident, a procedure or policy would have been infringed upon.

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