Bakery chain closed after employee dies throughout nightshift – Alokito Mymensingh 24

Various bakeries closed their doorways at the moment after a employee died whereas working the evening shift.

The worker died whereas finishing up his duties at Stephens Bakery’s manufacturing facility in Rosyth, Fife.

A Stephens Bakery worker died while working a night shift


A Stephens Bakery employee died whereas working an evening shiftPhotograph credit score: Google Maps

Emergency groups rushed to the scene on the town’s Primrose Lane after the alarm went off round 10.30pm final evening.

Police mentioned they weren’t treating the person’s demise as suspicious.

Stephens Bakery director Talia Sarafilovic mentioned the corporate was “shocked and saddened” by his sudden demise.

As a mark of respect, the award-winning firm’s 14 bakeries in Fife, Clackmannanshire and Stirling have been closed at the moment.

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A report will probably be despatched to the Fiskal Prosecutor’s Workplace.

Ms Sarafilovic mentioned: “I can verify the unhappy news that one in all our evening shift groups handed away of pure causes at our Rosyth Bakery final evening.

“Manufacturing has been suspended and out of respect all our shops are closed at the moment. Everybody at Stephens Bakery is shocked and saddened and we prolong our deepest condolences to the household and associates of our colleague.”

A Police Scotland spokesman mentioned: “At round 10.30pm on Thursday 4 Might, police visited a enterprise tackle in Primrose Lane, Rosyth, after a person on the tackle died all of the sudden.

“There don’t seem like any suspicious circumstances surrounding his demise and a report will probably be submitted to prosecutors.”

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Peter Johnson