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Berlin airport’s baggage handlers suffer electric shocks in latest mishap

About 60 cases of workers being hurt recorded at airport, which has been plagued with problemsBaggage handlers at Berlin’s new airport have reported r

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About 60 cases of workers being hurt recorded at airport, which has been plagued with problems

Baggage handlers at Berlin’s new airport have reported receiving electric shocks from scanners, in yet another problem to befall the troubled project, which is widely seen as an engineering catastrophe.

About 60 incidents of electric shocks have been reported since the airport opened its doors on 31 October last year nine years behind schedule and more than €4bn (£3.6bn) over budget, according to the trade union Verdi. Affected workers have complained of significant pain, dizziness and numbness, and ambulances have been called on four occasions this month.

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