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Rio Tinto's speed racers

SAFETY has again been called into question at Rio Tinto mine sites in the Pilbara after another incident involving an unloaded manned truck, although luckily, this time there was no accident and no-one was injured.

 A haul truck at Rio's Brockman 4 mine

A haul truck at Rio's Brockman 4 mine

The incident took place on November 10 at Rio Tinto's Brockman 4 mine. While details are sketchy it is understood an unloaded manned truck was caught speeding downhill during the afternoon shift at Brockman...

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