FLEETS

Dozer driver on the edge

A DOZER driver at an open cut coal mine in New South Wales nearly ended up in the water when his vehicle went past the point of no return on a slope.

 The Regulator's image of the incident

The Regulator's image of the incident

The dozer was pushing carbonaceous matter close to the bottom of the pit, which was full of water, when it breached the designated dozer bulk push area. The driver tried to turn the dozer but was unsuccessful....

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