Finding comfort amid the despair of Didcot A

02 March 2016

Coleman has worked at Didcot A since 2012 and demolished its famous cooling towers in 2014

Coleman has worked at Didcot A since 2012 and demolished its famous cooling towers in 2014

Demolition contractor Coleman & Company has announced that the workers injured at the former Didcot A Power Station in Oxfordshire last week have left hospital.

All five people are now at home and, according to a statement on Coleman’s website, expected to make a full recovery.

“We are very grateful to the medical teams for the wonderful care they received,” the company said.

One person died at the scene, while three more are still missing. Coleman held a four-minute silence at 4pm on March 1, a week on from the tragedy.

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