Car stacker elevator electrocution kills worker


Monday, 12 April, 2021

Car stacker elevator electrocution kills worker

A 21-year-old man died after being electrocuted while working alone in a West Melbourne building on Monday, 22 March.

It is believed that the young worker was undertaking electrical work on a car stacker elevator when the incident occurred.

The fatality brings the Victorian toll for workplace deaths to 10 for 2021.

WorkSafe Victoria is investigating.

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