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BHP pay for bumpy road

BIG Australian miner BHP was fined $50,000 in Perth Magistrates Court on September 26 for failing to ensure access to the Yandi mine was safe, after a road train driver injured his back on a damaged mine access road that should have been shut.

 Roads in the Pilbara are prone to flooding

Roads in the Pilbara are prone to flooding

Road train driver Ron Addison was delivering fuel from the Linfox depot in Port Hedland to Yandi on an unsealed access road in January 2016 when his vehicle bounced on the uneven road surface. Seasonal...

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