No charges to be laid in Rona forklift accident

It's been two years since the tragic death of a 16 year old St. Albert boy involved in a forklift accident at St. Albert's RONA Store. Occupational Health and Safety has been investigating the death of Mitchell Tanner, and has ruled that there isn't enough evidence in the case to secure a conviction.

Following the mishap, the Alberta Federation of Labour said the forklift accident could have been prevented if there were tougher labour laws in place.

Tanner was one of two junior workers involved in the RONA accident.

iNews880, Tues Jun 8 2010

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