An apprentice training company is due in court today over the death of a teenager who became entangled in industrial machinery.
16 year old Cameron Minshull died weeks into an apprenticeship at Huntley Mount Engineering in Bury in 2012. The training had been organised by Lime People Training Solutions.
At the time of the incident, his devastated mum Joanne Hill said her family had ‘lost a very precious part of our lives’.
More than 1,000 people attended a memorial vigil in Bury in tribute to the popular teenager.
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