An inquest jury decided today that four men crushed to death under tonnes of steel when a metal cage "folded like a picnic table" were accidentally killed.
The men, who were all from Suffolk, were building foundations for a new test chamber at the Claxton Engineering site in Great Yarmouth in January 2011. Now relatives say the Health and Safety Executive should take action against those responsible so that justice is done. Natalie Gray reports
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