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2 Aug 2021 12:14
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  •   Home > News > Environment

    Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says he won't speculate about the death of a worker at a South Auckland shipping container hub

    Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says he won't speculate about the death of a worker at a South Auckland shipping container hub


    The person died when a tornado tore through the yard around 8.30 this morning.

    Mr Goff earlier suggested he had been told the person's death was a result of being picked up and thrown in the air.

    He now says Police are re-examining that theory, and following new leads.

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