Fears for children’s safety after turbine breaks up
FRESH fears have been raised about children’s safety after a wind turbine similar to ones installed at schools in the Highlands started to break up after being hit by a powerful gust.
Part of one of the structure’s blades was thrown about 60 yards as it disintegrated.
Worried parents believe pupils could be seriously injured or even killed if the Caithness incident was repeated at one of the 13 primaries and secondaries across the region which have their own turbines.
For the full story, pick up a copy of today’s Press and Journal or read our digital edition now.