Oil giant Esso will face charges over the death of a Honduran man at its Southampton refinery, crown prosecutors said today.
Tanker crewmate Juan Antonio Quintanilla Romero was killed in 2008 when a fuel pipe collapsed and fell on him.
Contractor Austin & McLean will also face charges of gross negligence manslaughter.
Both are due to appear in court on September 5.
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