Nova Scotia’s Labour Section is investigating the dying of a Nova Scotia Electric power technician who was working on a electrical power line outdoors a house in Upper Sackville, N.S., on Friday.
RCMP spokesperson Cpl. Chris Marshall claimed police acquired a report of a “feasible electrocution” on Wineberry Way and had been dispatched at around 2:30 p.m.
“When our associates arrived at the scene, it was established that a lineman, [a] gentleman … appeared to have been electrocuted and EHS transported him from the scene to the healthcare facility.”
Marshall claimed the investigation was then turned around to the Labour Office.
A assertion from the division claimed the gentleman died just after coming into make contact with with an energized line.
“We ship our heartfelt condolences to their beloved kinds,” said the assertion. “The situation is below investigation and no more aspects are offered at this time.”
Halt-get the job done order
The section suggests a prevent-do the job buy has been issued.
Peter Gregg, Nova Scotia Electrical power CEO, said in a assertion that the enterprise is co-running with the investigation.
“We are heartbroken by the loss of a person our power line specialists. On behalf of the entire crew, we supply our sincere condolences to our colleague’s family. Security is our number a single priority and getting rid of a team member is devastating for our complete firm.”
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