AN inquest is due to open later this week on a Huddersfield man who was crushed to death by a forklift truck.
The 21-year-old, from the Wakefield Road area, was killed at about 1pm on Friday at Roundhay Park in Leeds.
An inquest is expected to be opened and adjourned at Wakefield Coroner's Court tomorrow, when the man is expected to be named. The hearing, however, may be delayed until Wednesday.
A forklift truck toppled on to the man near the cricket pavilion in the park.
A team of contractors employed by Leeds Council were working there to remove fencing left over from Bonfire Night celebrations.
It is not clear whether the 21-year-old was working with the team or was simply in the area.
He is believed to be a student.
Emergency services were called and the man was taken to Leeds General Infirmary, where he died.
Police and the Health and Safety Executive are investigating.
A 34-year-old man from the Halifax area was arrested in connection with the incident. He has been released on police bail pending further inquiries.
Contact Chapeltown CID on 0113 241 3280.