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Driver drops lunch, rolls ute

STAY focused on the task at hand and avoid distractions while driving on site, the New South Wales Resources Regulator has warned miners after a dangerous driving incident at one of the state’s open cut coal mines.

 The Regulator's image of the incident

The Regulator's image of the incident

In the incident a contractor was travelling in a utility vehicle when the driver started rummaging through his crib bag to retrieve something. The distraction caused the vehicle to run up onto the left-hand...

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