Construction Worker Died After Being Crushed By Pavement Roller

Posted on Sunday, April 19th, 2020 at 8:37 pm    

A construction worker died after being crushed by a pavement roller, an April 16 article of Fox 24 reported.

The incident happened on April 16. 19-year-old Jace Hamner went out of the pavement roller while it was still running. He was putting diesel on the front tires to remove the stuck asphalt. Unfortunately, he tripped and fell in front of it, causing him to be crushed by the roller.

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