Three Hong Kong construction companies have been cleared of failing to provide a safe workplace on a site where three workers drowned in a flooded tunnel three years ago.Kum Shing Construction and two subcontractors were on Friday found not guilty of 14 occupational safety charges over a fatal industrial accident in Hung Hom on July 10, 2017, when CLP Power was laying underground cables.Three men – Cen Canrong, 23, Fock Kam-chau, 49 and Wu Jianming, 48 – were killed after entering a hand-dug…


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