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Refuse collection vehicle incident update

June 9, 2015

It is confirmed today that the Viridor collections services driver who died in the tragic accident at Derriford Hospital at Plymouth on Monday June 8 was Lee Jane from Plymouth.

Lee, 57, had been with the company as an LGV driver based at Plympton Depot for 9 years.

Viridor is providing support to Lee’s family and work colleagues during this difficult time.

Mark Woods, Viridor’s South West Regional Director said “I am sure I speak for everyone in saying how saddened we are by the loss of our colleague in such a tragic accident. The loss has been deeply felt by the Viridor teams across Plymouth.  Our sympathies and thoughts remain with Lee’s family, friends and colleagues”.

The company continues to work closely with the authorities on the ongoing investigation into the incident.

All enquiries should be sent to the Communications team Tel: 01823 721 424.


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