CentreWest bears £400,000 fine for bus crush death

Source: on 2009-12-21 12:03:00

Traffic management and vehicle maintenance failings have cost CentreWest London Buses £400,000 after a worker died at its garage in Uxbridge. Driver Robert Cherry died on 18 May 2004 while he was preparing his bus for its daily service at the Uxbridge garage. As he stepped in between two parked buses, the front bus lurched backwards, crushing him against the stationary vehicle behind. "The company's traffic management system was poor," ...

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