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Surgery after arm got caught on piece of plant

A PASSENGER in an underground personnel transporter required surgery to his arm after an incident in a New South Wales underground coal mine.

The mine worker required surgery following a serious laceration to his upper arm and a broken humerus bone.

The mine worker required surgery following a serious laceration to his upper arm and a broken humerus bone.

The man's arm was caught against a piece of plant when the vehicle was driven into a cut-through. The NSW Resources Regulator said he required surgery following a serious laceration to his upper arm...

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