Dump truck clipped power line before killing worker
A 67-year-old traffic control worker died Tuesday after the box on a dump truck hooked a power line and then tipped over at a construction site, reports the CBC's Rob North.
By Wednesday there was a fresh strip of asphalt at a construction site on Highway 10, but the only work being done is by police and the Department of Transportation investigating the industrial accident.
The initial investigation revealed that a dump truck rolled over pinning a worker who was doing traffic control around 5 p.m. on Tuesday near Albany.
Two others were taken to hospital.
So far police aren't identifying the man who died.