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Men Arrested on Suspicion of Manslaughter
7:01am 6th March 2012
Two men have been questioned on suspicion of manslaughter after a man died at a farm near Roche.
Jason Morgan had visited Great Brynn Barton to install safety equipment.
It happened last summer when the thirty-three year old travelled from Bristol to put in the netting.
Police and the Health and Safety Executive launched an investigation into what happened.
On Monday a forty-five year old from Wadebridge and fifty-two year old from Helston were arrested.
They were questioned on suspicion of manslaughter and gross negligence.
33 year old Jason Morgan7:01am 6th March 2012
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