A man accused of killing a teenage colleague by starting up an oil rig cable pulling machine while the lad was inside it today told a jury he was not present when the boy was injured - and "thought he was taking a breather" when he found him unconscious.
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A teenager who died after suffering a broken neck and torn spinal cord may have been injured after "tumbling" inside a machine the last day of his summer job at an industrial cleaning firm, a jury heard today.
A man accused of killing a schoolboy on the last day of a summer job told police he left him alone to mix paint – and then found him lying in the wheel of a cable spooler, a trial has heard.
A man accused of killing a schoolboy in an industrial yard told workmates the teen looked like he was lying down “taking a breather” when he found him, a court has heard.
The High Court in Aberdeen has heard how a horrified father rushed to give first aid to an injured worker and found his son near death.