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Three Men In Court Over Death Of A Worker

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10:25am 5th August 2014

Three Cornish men due in court over the death of a worker near Roche.

32 year old Jason Morgan from Bristol lost his life at Great Brynn Barton in June 2011.

He was there to put in safety netting.

Two men from Helston and Wadebridge face charges of manslaughter by gross negligence.

A third from Bodmin faces health and safety charges.

10:25am 5th August 2014

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