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Company fined in 2016 Saskatoon workplace incident

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A Saskatoon company was fined $80,000 in a workplace incident where a worker suffered serious injuries to his arm and pelvis. File / Global News

A Saskatoon company has been fined for a 2016 workplace incident that seriously injured a worker.

A scissor lift the worker was operating on Aug. 18, 2016, was struck by an overhead crane, knocking the lift to the ground.

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The worker suffered serious injuries to his arm and pelvis.

Prairie Crane Inc. pleaded guilty in Saskatoon provincial court on Dec. 10 for failing to ensure a worker was trained and had sufficient experience to perform work safely.

The company was fined $80,000. One other charged was withdrawn.

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