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MEDIA ALERT: SafeWork NSW to give update on ROSEHILL incident

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MEDIA ALERT: SafeWork NSW to give update on ROSEHILL incident 

SafeWork NSW is investigating an incident last night where a man suffered serious head injuries while working at an asphalt dumping area. 

SafeWork Director of Investigations, Natalie Martin, will be available on site for comment this morning. 

WHEN: 10:30am, TODAY, 14 February 2024 

WHERE: 9 Devon Street, Rosehill, 2142 

NOTE: Media to meet on footpath at the address.  

MEDIA: Samuel Neuman – 0438 798 391 | 0438 108 797

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