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An offshore worker has died in an accident on a diving support vessel four miles off Aberdeen.

The crewman on the Well Servicer, operated by Technip, was airlifted to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary following the accident during sea trials.

He was pronounced dead at the hospital later on Wednesday evening.

Technip said the vessel had now returned to port and that an investigation into the fatality was under way.

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has been informed.

Grampian Police stressed the incident was completely unrelated to the Bond helicopter crash elsewhere in the North Sea, which went down with 16 people on board.
Man dies after being crushed on diving support vessel

http://www.eveningexpress.co.uk/Article.aspx/1152512

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Offshore worker, 44, killed

Published: 02/04/2009

TRAGIC: The offshore worker was aboard a diving support vessel just a few miles from Aberdeen when he was injured.
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A MAN suffered horrific crush injuries and died after an offshore accident.

The 44-year-old offshore worker was aboard a diving support vessel just a few miles from Aberdeen when he was injured.

He was airlifted to hospital in Aberdeen where he later died.

The accident was not related to the drama involving the Super Puma helicopter crash in the North Sea, in which 16 people were lost.

A Maritime and Coastguard Agency spokesman today said: A call was received in the middle of the search and rescue effort for the helicopter crew.

A man who was aboard the Wellservicer, which was about two miles from Aberdeen Harbour, was taken by a RAF helicopter to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.

He had suffered serious crush injuries.

He was pronounced dead when he arrived at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary at about 6.45pm.

A report will be submitted to the procurator fiscal.