A development worker died when a trench collapsed at a residential subdivision enhancement, North Carolina officers claimed.
First responders from 5 area organizations responded to the internet site in Albemarle at close to 8:30 a.m. on July 5, and it was determined that this would be a recovery effort and hard work, Michael Roark, director of the Stanly County Unexpected emergency Solutions wrote in an e mail.
The worker was not discovered.
Albemarle is about 40 miles east of Charlotte.
There were being no other accidents, in accordance to Roark.
OSHA is investigating the incident, in accordance to WTVD.
In between 2011 and 2018, about 166 staff died in trench collapses, according to the Bureau of Labor Data. In 2019, at minimum 24 personnel died doing work on trenching and excavation projects, according to the Occupational Basic safety and Wellness Administration.