Officials investigating fatal Alabama construction accident

How many of us kissed our loved ones goodbye today on their or on our ways to work? We say goodbye, and most of never expect that work will be deadly for ourselves or loved ones and that we won't see each other again. Sadly, deadly work accidents do happen, often in the construction field.

This morning, an Alabama construction worker lost his life to a serious accident that occurred at his worksite. The construction accident reportedly occurred around 8 a.m., which means it is still very early in the investigation into the incident and the worker's death.

According to Alabama reports, the accident victim was working on a project related to the construction of a medical facility for women when he was fatally injured. The 54-year-old construction worker was working in an elevator shaft, when one of two elevators within the shaft landed on top of and killed him.

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