Shock as 21-year-old mechanic dies while trying to remove engine

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    A 21-year-old man lost his life while attempting to remove the engine from a BMW, police have confirmed. The BMW fell onto the man’s chest, leaving hi
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    Rooger Meadows

    The 1st thing you ware told never work under a vehicle with out an axle stand that was 45 year ago

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    Gary bowden

    So sad 😞 we’re all guilty of not using stands at one point in our life but it shows it dose only take that one time and that bad judgment and it can all go horribly wrong

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    John

    I agree with the previous comment. We have all done it , though with a weather eye on what would happen if the jack slipped. I personally own two trolley jacks. Both by the same manufacturer. The oldest has never failed, you jack it up and it would stay up for days. The other won’t stay up for half an hour. The latter has certainly taught me to use axle stands, no matter what or how quick the job is.

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