A man has died in an incident at a waste recycling plant in Redruth, Cornwall.
Dale McClelland, 23, got trapped in an industrial baling machine at the plant owned by H&A Recycling at Redruth’s Cardrew Industrial Estate last Thursday (16 November) and died from his injuries at the scene.
The police were called to the scene on Thursday afternoon at around 4pm, arriving shortly after to cordon off the area.
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