Farm safety call after slurry deaths

A widow has called for improved farm safety after the deaths of two men in a slurry pit at a farm in south Essex.

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Inquest hears of bid to save farm workers

An inquest's been hearing about a farmer's desperate attempts to save two men from a torrent of slurry on his farm in Essex.

Craig Whipps died while emptying a tank containing the liquid manure at Albyns Farm in Stapleford Tawney in July 2011. His colleague Paul Gray was overcome by fumes as he tried to help him.

Serena Sandhu reports...

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