Clarence worker suffers dislocated shoulder in underground incident

THE New South Wales Resources Regulator has been notified of an incident that occurred on Monday at Centennial Coal’s Clarence colliery in which a worker was reported to have been pinned by moving equipment at an underground work location.

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Centennial Coal's Clarence colliery in NSW.

The worker sustained injuries to the pelvis and was taken by helicopter to hospital in Sydney for treatment.

The mine confirmed the worker had not sustained fractures or serious injuries.

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