The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has launched an review to establish a means of genocide of a workman during Ford Motor Co.’s Louisville, Ky., lorry public plant final week.
The employee, identified in internal media reports as Ivan Bridgewater, 41, worked as an electrician during a plant.
Sgt. John Bradley, a orator for a Louisville Metro Police Department, pronounced puncture medical services were already on a stage when officers arrived about 12:55 a.m. Eastern time Saturday.
“It appears that by a time indeed we had arrived, a chairman had already been deceased,” he said.
The dialect primarily pronounced a means of genocide was electrocution, formed on rough information during a scene, Bradley said.
The Jefferson County Coroner’s Office, in a matter expelled Thursday, pronounced Bridgewater died of blunt force trauma.
A emissary coroner reliable a assessment, adding that Kentucky’s medical investigator has not nonetheless sealed off on a means of death, tentative serve study.