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A group of former workers from carewest Lodge have brought a lawsuit against the Australian government for the death of one of the company’s drivers, whose remains were discovered on the back of the vehicle.
Andrew Lonergan, 35, died of a heart attack at the carehome after being found unconscious on the back of the Careright vehicle.
In a statement issued on Thursday, the three union members from the Carewest team which operated the vehicle claim that their former worker fell asleep in the driver’s compartment during work and that he subsequently died due to a lack of airways to the heart.
The care centre, which employs 2,500 people in the Northern Territory and Victoria, also has a death rate between 1,812 to 2,350 a year, according to figures the workers say the union used for its first appeal hearing last week.
“Mr Lonergan had no airways to his heart and he died because he had no airways to his brain,” the letter from the workers said. “The care centre is known to routinely operate with a loss of consciousness in drivers who fall unconscious in their vehicles.”
Their lette수원 출장 안마r asks the court to order a new trial in the case, which was thrown out in December 2015 because Mr Lonergan’s family was unable to show sufficient evidence that he died from airway obstruction and lack of oxygen to the heart.
The workers filed the action in the ACT Supreme Court on Thursday.
A care workers union’s appeal hearing takes place on Tuesday, Nov 29 2016. Photo: Simon Schluter
Carewest has said all drivers should have airways and that the company’s testing of its cars “can be performed in most jurisdictions as early as February 2016.” It said it conducted routine tests of the vehicles, including the car where Mr Lonergan’s body was found, at least once a year, for several years before Mr Lonergan’s death룰렛.
Carewest’s own insurance company is not supporting the claim.
While 광주출장마사지 광주출장샵the deaths of about 400 driver fatalities annually are blamed on poor training and poor operating practices, care centre fatalities are typically more common among older drivers.