Health officials probe case of deadly Legionnaires’ Disease at one of London’s most famous apartment blocks | London Evening Standard

Health officials are investigating a case of deadly Legionnaires’ Disease at one of London’s most notorious apartment blocks. A resident of Dolphin Square has contracted the disease, according to Public Health England which said it was working with the management company to inform residents. Officials said the resident who contracted the disease was “responding well” to
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Family of man who died of suspected legionnaires’ disease speak out | Bournemouth Echo

THE family of a care home resident who died of suspected legionnaires’ disease say they hope an upcoming inquest will end their 16-month wait for answers.

Andy Clegg died nearly two weeks after he was admitted to Salisbury District Hospital from Fordingbridge Care Home. He had been diagnosed with legionella pneumonia, a complication arising from the legionella bacteria.
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Disney World Worker Falls to Death in Epcot’s France Pavilion

A Walt Disney World worker fell to his death last week while working on renovations to Epcot’s France pavilion in World Showcase.

Orange County Sheriff’s Office said authorities arrived at the 1970 Avenue of the Stars area in the theme park at 5:19 p.m. on Tuesday, March 12, reports PEOPLE. When they arrived, the Reedy Creek Fire Department found a man who fell. He was pronounced dead at the scene, and authorities said there were no signs of foul play.
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Worker Injury in Windsor Results in $60,000 Fine for CS Wind Canada

Convicted: CS Wind Canada Inc., 9355 Anchor Drive,
Windsor, Ontario, a business that previously specialized in the manufacture and
supply of wind towers but is currently in a state of shutdown.

from Government of Ontario News – Labour: News