Top 5 most read in October 2019
The most read fines and prosecution articles in October 2019 includes, a £2.6m fine to DHL after a worker was killed by a stack of tyres, and an explosion at Celsa steelworks resulting in a £1.8m fine after two workers die.
For more on the stories mentioned in the video, click on the headlines below:
DHL fined £2.6m after worker killed.
Celsa fined £1.8m after explosion killed two workers.
Bus company and council fined after passenger death.
Passers-by injured by a falling tree.
Electrician sentenced 12 months for deadly gas work.
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