Probe into how woman hurt in fall at Bradford textiles factory

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Probe into how woman hurt in fall at Bradford textiles factory Probe into how woman hurt in fall at Bradford textiles factory

The Health and Safety Executive confirmed last night that it is carrying out a probe into how a woman fell from an upper floor on to a loading bay at a Bradford textiles factory.

The 54-year-old suffered serious head injuries in the incident at M A Amini Textiles, (above) based at Providence Mills, Harris Street, at 12.25pm on Monday.

After inspectors visited the site again yesterday, an HSE spokesman said: “I can confirm that this is an HSE matter and we have now started our investigation.”

The woman was taken to Leeds General Infirmary where it is understood she remained in a stable condition last night. Her injuries are not thought to be life-threatening. The Bradford company is described as a wholesale cash and carry, selling bedding and quilts.

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