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Pedestrian Killed by Forklift at Hotel in Daytona Beach Shores
A 62-year-old woman sustained fatal injuries earlier this week after she was struck by a forklift in the parking lot of a Daytona Beach Shores hotel located on South Atlantic Atlantic Avenue, reported local authorities.
OSHA Investigating Fatal Construction Site Accident at Port Tampa Bay
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is currently investigating a forklift accident that claimed the life of one construction worker Wednesday morning at Port Tampa Bay.
Construction Crew Rescued from 10-Foot Trench in Palm Beach County
Palm Beach County Fire Rescue teams were called into action this past Thursday morning after three members of a construction crew found themselves trapped in a ten-foot-deep worksite trench at the Ocean Royale condominium project along U.S. Highway 1 in Juno Beach.
Flagler County Construction Workers Severely Injured in Truss Collapse Accident
On Thursday, September 3rd, 2020, deputies with the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to the site of a residential construction accident in a popular Palm Coast neighborhood. Preliminary statements acquired at the scene indicate that two workers had been seriously injured after multiple wooden trusses collapsed and pinned the men under a pile of mangled construction rubble.
Seminole County Utility Mechanic Killed in Lake Mary Trench Accident
Investigators with the Seminole County Fire Rescue are working diligently with authorities to determine the cause of an unusual electrocution accident which claimed the life of a local county employee and injured three firefighters on August 28th, 2020. Early reports indicate that the worker had become trapped in a trench by a large piece of concrete sidewalk while attempting to repair a water main break at the 200 block of Chiswell Place in the Lake Mary area.
Multiple Construction Workers Injured During Crane Accident in Miami
According to preliminary incident reports that were initially filed by Miami Fire Rescue on Wednesday, August 5th, 2020, six members of a construction team were injured after a crane malfunction caused a heavy load of rebar to separate from its hoist and fall onto the unsuspecting crew below – impaling two of the workers in the process.
Orlando Construction Accident Claims the Life of a Virgin Trains Worker
According to the preliminary incident reports from the Orlando Fire Department, two workers were attempting to remove unwanted debris and excess water from the new Virgin Trains construction site on the morning of June 25th, 2020. When suddenly, and without warning, they were rushed away by rising waters into a nearby drainage area. One man was fatally injured, while the other was immediately transported by ambulance for medical treatment.
Man Dies in Industrial Accident in Orange County
Authorities in Orange County are among the numerous groups investigating an industrial accident that took place towards the end of January. Not much is currently known about the incident at this time, at least not much has been relayed back to the public. It is possible that the investigations undertaken at this time have unearthed information that simply hasn’t made its way to news outlets.
Two Construction Workers Injured in Brevard County Incident
An investigation into a construction accident in Viera continues as officials working within Brevard County attempt to uncover just what happened on Saturday, November 23rd, to cause a crane to collapse while it was in the process of being used in the construction of a hotel located along Metfield Drive. The reports from the Brevard County Fire Rescue teams indicated that two individuals were injured in the accident, and that both of these people were employed as construction workers on the project where the crane was being used.
Accident on I-4 Construction Project Kills One Worker, Injures Another
Anyone living anywhere near the Orlando area is no doubt aware of the massive construction endeavor known as the I-4 Ultimate Project. Begun in 2015, the I-4 Ultimate Project is slated to cost taxpayers $2.3 billion. It is not known when it the completion of the project is expected.