Employee dies in an crane accident at Fernandina

- Published: 16 July 2016
Employee dies in an crane accident at Fernandina

A Kinder Morgan worker was killed in a industrial mischance including a crane at the Port of Fernandina Friday, powers said. 

The Fernandina Beach Police Department got a call about the occurrence at 8:15 a.m.

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The worker, Timothy Dubberly, 58, was working a crane for electrical work. For reasons unknown the taxicab of the vehicle isolated from the crane and Dubberly fell around 100 feet, police said. 

Word related Safety and Health Administration authorities say they got a bring in regards to the occurrence around 11:30 a.m. 

In 2011 the organization was refered to for a genuine wellbeing infringement. The organization wound up paying $2,000. 

OSHA examiners are en route to the scene. 

Kinder Morgan issued the following statement:

Our thoughts and prayers are with his wife and family. The company is providing grief counselors for employees at the terminal and also seeing to the needs of Mr. Dubberly’s family.