Construction Worker Killed In Dublin Airport

Another construction worker has died during an accident at Dublin Airport this morning.

It is understood the man was struck by a small bulldozer on the apron of the runway at the front of the old terminal building.

Gardai and the Health and Safety authority have launched an investigation into the incident.

A spokesman for Dublin Airport said all construction work in the area had ceased pending the arrival of investigation teams.

It is understood the incident happened at around 9.30am on the apron of the airport near the old terminal building where upgrading work is taking place.


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