Guyanese construction worker dies in T&T

(Trinidad Express) A Guyanese man working on a house in California fell to his death yesterday.

The deceased was identified as Junior Sammy, who had been staying at Charles Street, Gasparillo.

According to a police report, Sammy and four other employees of Stephen Babwah Contracting Services of Couva were working at a house at LP# 2 Phoenix Park Road.

Police said at around 11 a.m., Sammy was standing on scaffolding raised some 14 feet from where he fell to the ground.

Employees contacted paramedics, but Sammy, who appeared to have head injuries, could not be revived.

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