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Post-mortem results out for man who died while working on billboard

Police have released the post-mortem results of the 31-year-old man who was working on a billboard along Edinburgh Drive on Wednesday. Police Spokesperson Naina Ragigia said the cause of death attributed to ‘Asphyxia due to Compressive Traumatic Injury’. Ragigia said that the police received the report at 9:30 am on Wednesday morning and investigations continue into the […]

Nacanieli Tuilevuka

March 25, 2016 11:25 am

Police have released the post-mortem results of the 31-year-old man who was working on a billboard along Edinburgh Drive on Wednesday.

Police Spokesperson Naina Ragigia said the cause of death attributed to ‘Asphyxia due to Compressive Traumatic Injury’.

Ragigia said that the police received the report at 9:30 am on Wednesday morning and investigations continue into the circumstances that led to his death.

The man was an employee of Go Advertising and was working on a billboard along Edinburgh Drive.

Ragigia said the man was rushed to CWM Hospital by NFA officials and Police but was pronounced Dead on Arrival.

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