Accident at asphalt plant …SCOTSMAN KILLED

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A Scotsman died after falling into an aggregate bin while working at an asphalt plant in Princes Town on Tuesday.

He was identified as John Morris, 56, a civil engineer, of Scotland. According to a police report, at about 11 am, Morris was working at Lutchmeesingh’s Contractors asphalt plant, along the M1 Ring Road, Princes Town when the incident occurred.

Reports are that Morris was attempting to fix a problem at the aggregate mixing bin when he fell inside. Morris’ co-workers heard his screams and rushed to his assistance.

The employees also reported to police that they dug for several minutes before they were able to pull Morris out of the pile of aggregate.

He was rushed to Princes Town Health Facility where he was pronounced dead.

An autopsy is expected to be performed on Wednesday at the Forensic Science Centre, Federation Park. Morris lived alone along Matilda Road, Princes Town near to the asphalt plant. He had no relatives living in the country.

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