Man killed in workplace accident in Melbourne's north

| 06.08,22. 12:06 AM |

Man killed in workplace accident in Melbourne's north


It's believed a man was fixing a tipper truck when it has fallen on him in Wollert, in Melbourne's north. (Nine)

A man has been killed in a workplace accident in Melbourne's north this afternoon.
Police said a man was fixing a tipper truck when it fell on top of him shortly after 2pm at a property in Wroughton Street in Wollert.
The man is yet to be identified. Police said his death is not suspicious.
Work Safe are now investigating the incident.



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