Aramark director seriously hurt in road accident

04 June 2007 by
Aramark director seriously hurt in road accident

Aramark managing director of business and industry, Dean Lindsay, has been seriously injured in a road accident.

Lindsay, who was promoted to his role last October after the departure of Simon Titchner, was involved in a road traffic accident at the weekend when the motorbike he was riding was in collision with a car.

Lindsay, who lost his lower left leg in the incident, remains in intensive care at Chesterfield Royal Hospital where he is stable but in a high dependency ward following surgery.

UK chief executive Andrew Main and the staff at Aramark offered their deepest sympathies to Dean, Ann and his three children and wished him a speedy recovery.

Main said: "I will personally miss his high energy and strong and sharply focused leadership. We very much look forward to the day when we can welcome him back to the business."

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