Worker dies after suffering injury caused by ‘industrial material’ at Stoney Creek steel company

Hamilton police say a 36-year-old worker at a Stoney Creek steel company died after he was injured by "industrial material" on Tuesday morning. Google Maps

A man has died after suffering an injury in an incident at a steel company in Stoney Creek, Ont.

Emergency officials were called to Janco Steel on Arvin Avenue at about 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, where someone was involved in what the Hamilton fire department’s automatic Twitter feed described as an “industrial rescue.”

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In an email, Hamilton paramedic superintendent David Thompson told Global News that paramedics attempted to perform lifesaving measures when they responded to transport a man in his 30s to hospital without vital signs.

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The man, 36, succumbed to his injuries after he was struck by an industrial forklift within the plant, according to Hamilton police Const. Indy Bharaj.

A statement from the Ministry of Labour confirms that an investigation has been launched into what happened at the steel processor, saying that a worker was reportedly injured by “industrial material.”

No details about the nature of the man’s injuries have been released.

Due to Ministry of Transportation guidelines, the incident is being deemed a motor vehicle collision and is Hamilton’s 10th traffic fatality of the 2022 year and the ninth involving a pedestrian.

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