Worker killed in Apponaug construction accident
Worker killed in Apponaug construction accident – A 45-year-old man was killed very early Wednesday early morning while working at an Apponaug 4 Corners construction site in Warwick.
Officials say that crews were doing job near Captain’s Catch Seafood Restaurant when, at around 1:45 am, they somehow shed control of a large item of tools that turned right into the man, eliminating him.
The Occupational Safety as well as Wellness Administration as well as RI Division of Transport are checking out the circumstances of the accident.
National Grid says that they employed a contracting company, called AGI, for an operation at that website. It is vague whether that procedure went to all linked to the $30 million Apponaug Circulator job.
The identity of the man, that is a dad from Autumn Stream, is not being released at this time.