Woman is allegedly sexually assaulted at an Adani mining camp on Easter Sunday – days before a man was found dead in his room
- Woman allegedly sexually assaulted at Adani rail camp in Central Queensland
- Emergency services were called to the accommodation site on Easter Sunday
- Several days later, in unrelated incident, man was found dead inside his room
- Bravus Mining and Resources said company was cooperating with the police
A woman was allegedly sexually assaulted at an Adani mine rail camp on Easter Sunday.
Police were called to the accommodation site about 160km north-west of Clermont, in Central Queensland, on April 4.
An Adani-owned Bravus Mining and Resources spokesperson said the company is assisting police with their investigation.
‘The safety and wellbeing of the people in our workforce is our primary concern,’ they said.
Police were called to the accommodation site about 160km north-west of Clermont, in Central Queensland, on April 4 (pictured, Carmichael Coal Mine)
‘We are supporting Queensland Police with their investigation and will allow them to further the process before providing additional comment at this stage.’
Queensland Police told Daily Mail Australia the investigation was ongoing.
Days later, in an unrelated incident, a man was found dead inside his room at one of the camp sites.
Paramedics and police were called to the site following the discovery of the body on April 11.
‘We understand there may be many questions, however we ask that you respect the privacy of our colleague and their family at this time,’ Bravus said.
Days later, in an unrelated incident, a man was found dead inside his room at one of the camp sites (pictured, truck chassis for new Adani Carmichael coal mine)