MACCLESFIELD MP David Rutley has met with the Minister responsible for the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) to discuss the tragic explosion at Bosley’s Wood Treatment plant.
Investigations at the site finished before Christmas and the road leading to it has since been reopened to the public.
HSE investigators are now undertaking further interviews with witnesses and carefully reviewing the extensive evidence it has gathered from the incident site.
Mr Rutley met with minister Justin Tomlinson to discuss the on-going joint investigation by Cheshire Police and Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service.
Workers William Barks, Derek Moore, Jason Shingler and Dorothy Bailey all died in the disaster in July,
Mr Rutley said: “I will continue to keep close to the investigation in the weeks and months ahead.”
The minister added: “The community can be assured that the joint investigation agencies will continue to take forward a full and thorough review of the explosion.”
In the weeks ahead, Mr Rutley plans to visit the HSE’s laboratory in Buxton to get a further update on the investigation.