“I don’t think he is alive,” she told the dispatcher.
She said they work for John R. Jurgensen Company.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration was on the scene investigating, and Eaton Avenue was closed much of the day between Mark and Haldimand avenues due to the crash investigation.
An OSHA spokesperson confirmed an investigation is ongoing, but said no further information will be available until the investigation is completed, which could take six months.
A person who answered the phone at the John R. Jurgensen Co. said that because the investigation was ongoing the company could not release any information.
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