Workers were killed in the Southwest rural town of Ottawa on Monday after the wall collapsed. Ontario’s Labor Ministry investigates when a worker died when a building wall collapsed on him earlier this week, in Ottawa’s rural southwest.
At approximately 3 p.m. on Westar Farm Way, near the roads of Flewellyn and Dwyer Hill, the police and paramedics were called up. Monday. Monday.
Police in Ottawa has established that there was nothing criminal about the death of a man, but the Department is investigating itself. The man was treated for life-threatening wounds on the stage and later died, said paramedics. On Tuesday, three inspectors and an engineer returned to the site with an order and a requirement for the construction worker. The ministry has not disclosed the details of these orders.