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Foot injury after hitting pothole

A SHUTTLE car operator injured his foot after he hit a pothole at a New South Wales underground coal mine.

The operator was travelling in bye when he hit the pothole.

The operator was travelling in bye when he hit the pothole.

He was travelling in bye when he hit the pothole, causing the shuttle car door to swing open, then closed on his foot, causing a large laceration to his toe. The NSW Resources Regulator said it appeared...

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