CANADA: Worker Killed By Clothing Press
A garment factory worker in Ontario has been killed after getting trapped in a clothing press machine.
The accident took place yesterday morning at the so far unnamed factory on Ellesmere Road, in the east end of Toronto.
The accident is currently being investigated by The Ministry of Labour and 41 Division Criminal Investigation Bureau.
Approximately 300,000 workers are injured annually in the Ontario province, and 100 workplace-related deaths were recorded there last year, according to the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board.
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