Jaguar Land Rover in court over Halewood death

Jaguar Land Rover, Halewood Graham Begley worked at the Jaguar Land Rover site in Halewood

Representatives of Jaguar Land Rover have appeared in court after the death of a worker in Merseyside.

Graham Begley, 49 from Halewood, was found trapped between two pieces of heavy machinery at the Speke Boulevard site in Halewood on 26 September 2011.

The charges in the Health and Safety Executive prosecution relate to failing to ensure his safety and to properly assess the risks employees faced.

The car manufacturer will reappear at Liverpool Magistrates' Court on 3 July.

A post-mortem examination found Mr Begley suffered severe chest and abdomen injuries.

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