Three people left their jobs and died in their homes

Police are investigating the deaths of three workers at the same factory who died at home after switching jobs.

All three who died worked at Northvolt’s battery factory in Skellefteå. Jeppe Gustafsson/Shutterstock, AOP

3 people who worked in the same factory in Skellefteå, Sweden have died inexplicably. Factory workers say they are worried about going to work as police are now investigating whether the deaths are linked.

A 33-year-old father of three in January dowry He died at home after his shift. A good month later another 19 year old working at the same place Virgin, died the same way. Police are investigating the deaths, but they do not appear to be crime-related.

Maiden had told his brother that he was not happy with his job.

“He told me twice that he wanted to leave because many people were sick there. He didn’t want to continue the work because of the environment and the smell,” Maithin’s brother said. Robert says Today’s news.

In June, a third employee died. 59 years old Per-Hakan Died on his balcony after his conversion.

After the third death, the police decided to continue the investigation in the previous cases as well.

All the dead worked at battery manufacturer Northvolt’s factory in Skellefeå. The underlying cause of death is unclear.

Johan Christianson Skellefteå police tell Dagens Nyheter that there are “signs” that the third victim may have swallowed something at the factory. Christiansen didn’t specify what it was about.

– At this time, there are no criminal suspects, but it seems a little strange that three people who worked at Northvolt died. We are not going to say yet, but we will find out if there is a connection between the cases. Currently there is no such thing, says Christianson.

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Safety manager of the Swedish trade union IF Metall Michael Stenmark He says factory workers were concerned for their own safety when news of the third death reached workers.

– When the last person died, the occupational health and safety commissioner contacted me and said people were worried about going to work. Stenmark says there are a lot of rumors and things that add to the tension in the city.

– These three men have worked separately in three different locations in the same factory. None of those places have chemicals that we know can be so dangerous in such a short period of time.

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