Two arrested over Lindsay Campbell skip hire firm death

Lindsay Campbell Lindsay Campbell died after falling from the bucket of an excavator

Two men have been arrested on suspicion of manslaughter by gross negligence over the death of a man in an incident at a West Sussex skip hire firm.

Lindsay Campbell, 66, of Waterlooville, Hampshire, died from injuries sustained when he fell about 30ft (10m) out of the bucket of an excavator on 25 July.

The father of 10 children had been working at South Coast Skips, on Rudford Industrial Estate, in Ford.

The men, aged 62 and 26, and from Hampshire, were later released on bail.

On 7 September, two other men, aged 47 and 50, from West Sussex, were also arrested and bailed on suspicion of the same offence.

Sussex Police said the investigation into Mr Campbell's death was being carried out by detectives from the Surrey and Sussex Major Crime Team with the support of the Health and Safety Executive.

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