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    aniton11
     April 13 2005 11:32 AM (Read 1657 times)  
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    Hi,
    I was wandering if anyone worked at BHP Port Warratah during 1976.
    My father was killed there. His name was Alexander Trajkovski,
    aged 31 and was a fork lift driver. I was 2 at the time of his death and I am now 31 myself. I am wanting to collect as much info on this as possible. Does anyone remember him?

    Regards,

    Tony Cry


     
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    aub
     April 13 2005 23:47 PM  
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    Mate sorry to hear about your Dad, Do you know what dept he worked in? I will talk to our members to see if I can find out any info.

    Aubrey,
    Yes I was there at the time, but cannot remember the accident.


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    aub
     April 15 2005 22:52 PM  
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    Idea Try,
    Newcastle Police Records.
    Workcover.
    Australian Workers Union.
    BHP in Melbourne.
    records would have been kept, and these people may be able to tell you where to look, its a good starting place.
    Good luck.


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     April 17 2005 11:52 AM  
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    Thanks


     
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