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Testimony has concluded at the coroner's inquest into the 2008 deaths of three mushroom farm workers in Langley.
A jury will now deliberate and come back with recommendations aimed at preventing a similar tragedy.
Final witnesses included the widows of two of the men killed, ending with 16-year Tracey Phan, whose father was left severely brain damaged.
"...My dad was a hero, and he watched, Spiderman, Batman, Superman...heroes don't get into such serious injuries where someone they love can lose them"
First to testify this morning was BC Federation of Labour President Jim Sinclair.