Reason Transport has pleaded guilty to charges in connection to the death of HGV driver Petru Pop in November 2016. The Coventry-based haulier appeared at High Wycombe Magistrates Court on 28 August to face charges under the Health and Safety at Work Act. Petru Pop died while making a delivery to a residential address in High Wycombe on behalf of Reason Transport, which was a Palletways member at the time. Pop was crushed to death beneath a 1.1-tonne pallet of […]
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