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LUKE VELLA THE police are questioning a man over his involvement in an incident which saw an in- jured migrant worker dumped on the curb in Mellieha. They said the 32-year-old Ghanaian man was found by community police in Triq Selmun, Mellieha. The incident was first brought to light by passer-by Caroline Galea, who spotted the injured man. "The scared, seriously in- jured man kept sobbing, say- ing he didn't want to die and didn't want to go to prison. He kept saying help over and over again. He was too scared to say who had done this to him," she said in a Facebook post. On a video uploaded by Galea, the man can be heard sobbing and pleading that he doesn't want to go to prison. Preliminary investigations by the police showed the man fell two storeys while working on a construction site in Triq Dun Franġisk Sciberras, Mell- ieħa. WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 WEDNESDAY • 29 SEPTEMBER 2021 • ISSUE 757 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDITORIAL • PAGE 11 PAGE 3 Police question man after construction worker was dumped on sidewalk State schools open amid uncertainty over last- minute teacher assignments KURT SANSONE STUDENTS in State schools return to their classrooms to- day as concerns mount over a last-minute decision to plug a teachers' shortage in primary schools with peripatetic edu- cators. Thousands of children will return to their desks after the summer holidays with some primary school students un- sure as to whether they w i l l receive ade- quate learning. PAGE 5 The injured man being treated by the medical team (Photos: Caroline Galea/Facebook)

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