DVSA to revise load security guidance after fatal accident

DVSA to revise load security guidance after fatal accident
 

The family of a man killed when a lump of concrete fell off a wagon and smashed through his windscreen are promoting the importance of securing loads and carrying out safety checks.

Steven Oscroft died last year when a rock fell from an HGV in Meden Vale, Nottinghamshire and landed on his car.

Police arrested the lorry driver shortly afterwards on suspicion of dangerous driving, but he was released without charge after a serious collision investigation concluded there were no […][1]


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