ENVIRONMENT

Close shave between haul truck and light vehicle

A LIGHT vehicle failed to stop and give way to a haul truck at a T-intersection when the truck was turning right at a New South Wales open cut coal mine.

 The vehicle and haul truck stopped 18 metres apart.

The vehicle and haul truck stopped 18 metres apart.

The vehicle and haul truck stopped 18 metres apart. The NSW Resources Regulator said there were no injuries. "Mine operators must ensure they have appropriate controls in place to manage the risks...

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