Man Dies in Construction Safety Accident

A worker died at a Canberra constructed site when his truck struck overhead power-lines .The man was employed by Kenoss Contractors when the incident occurred which left him lying on the ground beside his vehicle.

The Canberra site and a Molongo site were recently closed down by WorkSafe ACT.The matter is expected to be referred to the coroner, according to WorkSafe Commissioner Mark McCabe. The police are also allegedly investigating the incident.McCabe said the two work sites will be closed for an undetermined amount of time.The sites will be deemed unsafe until the contractor has ensured that steps have been taken to rectify the issues.

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