John Morris was working near the village of Buen Intento when the horror took place
A BRITISH engineer was crushed to death at a cement plant in Trinidad.
John Morris was rushed to hospital after falling in machinery at the plant on the Caribbean island on Tuesday but was sadly pronounced dead.
The 55-year-old was working at Lutchmeesingh’s Asphalt Plant, near the village of Buen Intento, the Trinidad Express reported.
Police said he had tried to loosen granular materials in a cistern with a rod when he was pulled into it.
The aggregate covered him and it took colleagues at Lutchmeesingh’s Asphalt Plant several minutes to dig him out.
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Police quizzed management and employees at the plant following Tuesday’s horror.
Officers from the Princes Town Police Station and Southern Division Task Force were due to carry out an autopsy yesterday.
According to the police report, John’s address was given at Mathilda Road, Princes Town, where the head office of the transport company is located.
The company’s website says it is a civil and roadworks contracting firm specialising in construction of concrete and steel bridges.
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