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Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Injured Workers Advocates Seek Second Appeal Tribunal for Tammy Gray

[Injured Worker Tammy Gray at a News Conference on Wednesday- Photo By Diane Henry]

The story of Tammy Gray is once again being aired out in the media by advocates for the injured worker. The 37 year old has been left unable to walk on her own after a hospital cart fell on her while working at Fundy Linen in 2004. Worker advocate, Bob Davidson says WorkSafe NB is refusing to provide proper housing for the single parent that will allow her to safely move about her home.

The teary-eyed Gray says she has already fallen down three times in her current home on St. John Street breaking her shine bone, ankle and big toe. Davidson says he is requesting a second Appeal Tribunal and will be filing a complaint with Social Development Minister Kelly Lamrock and the Premier.

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