Man crushed by toilet in central London

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Toilet crushes a man in central London

Photo: The Guardian

On Friday in central London, a public retractable toilet crushed to death a worker who tried to repair it, reports The Guardian.

Emergency services were called to the scene just after 13:00, began rescue operation.

However, the London police said that despite the efforts of emergency services, the man, who was seriously injured, died on the spot.

“The man is believed to have sustained injuries as a result of being crushed while working with a pull-out toilet,” London police said.

Rescuers used a winch to free a man after he was blocked below street level.

The incident occurred in the center entertainment district of London West End, where there are many pubs, bars, theaters and restaurants, on the Shaftesbury Avenue and Charing Cross Road near Leicester Square.

Retractable toilets are located throughout London's entertainment districts, stored underground during the day and raised at night.

Prepared by: Nina Petrovich

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