The organs of a man who died after being injured while working at Ports of Auckland have been donated to help save the lives of six people, says Stuff. Laboom Midnight Dyer, 23, suffered critical injuries after a straddle carrier turned onto its side on August 27. Dyer’s death promoted renewed calls for greater regulation and improved safety standards on New Zealand’s waterfront, with claims deaths at ports were becoming a global epidemic.
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