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Norfolk: Man dies after industrial incident

18:30 08 February 2013

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A MAN in his 30s has died after an incident at a business premises in Seething, Norfolk, this afternoon.

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Emergency services were called to the scene at around 1.40pm today following reports of a man injured by an agricultural machine.

The Health and Safety Executive have been informed and enquiries are ongoing.

The death of the man, who died at the scene, is not being treated as suspicious however due to the circumstances a post-mortem examination is due to take place tomorrow.

Inquiries are still being carried out at the scene, with a police car blocking off the road where four farming-based businesses are based.

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