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  • Coronado Global Resources (CRN) updates the market on the fatally injured worker at its Curragh Mine Complex in Queensland, Australia
  • On Sunday, an CRN employee, Clark Peadon, was fatally injured while working in the Dragline operations
  • Resources Safety & Health Queensland (RSHQ) Inspectors are continuing their investigation of the incident with the full support of the company
  • Coronado has now commenced planning a gradual and phased recommencement of operational activities that will progressively restart over the coming days
  • On market close for the day, Coronado was up 1.75 per cent and is trading at $1.17 per share

Coronado Global Resources (CRN) has updated the market on the fatally injured worker at its Curragh Mine Complex in Queensland, Australia.

On Sunday, a CRN employee, Clark Peadon, was fatally injured while working in the Dragline operations.

Resources Safety & Health Queensland (RSHQ) Inspectors are continuing their investigation of the incident with the full support of the company. Queensland Police are no longer at the site.

The RSHQ has instructed directives to isolate the accident site and to suspend all operation of draglines at Curragh until the investigation is satisfied and activities can recommence safely.

“Coronado will continue to work alongside authorities as required for the investigation
process,” the company told the market on Wednesday.

Coronado has now commenced planning a gradual and phased recommencement of operational activities that will progressively restart over the coming days, however, the dragline operation will remain suspended until otherwise advised.

This is the second death at the mine in less than two years.

On market close for the day, Coronado was up 1.75 pre cent and is trading at $1.17 per share.

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