Construction worker dies at site of Jamul Indian Village casino

Artist's rendering of the Hollywood Casino Jamul. Image from Penn National Gaming

Local and federal authorities are investigating a death on the Jamul Indian Village of California.

According to news reports, a 65-year-old construction died at the site of the tribe's $360 million casino. He fell from from the 38-foot platform at the top of a man lift, 10News said.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is on the scene, according to news reports. The agency investigates workplace incidents.

In January, another worker died at the site after suffering a heart attack, 10News reported.

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Worker falls, dies at Jamul construction site (10News 9/1)
Worker falls to his death at Jamul casino site (The San Diego Union-Tribune 9/1)
1 Dead at Jamul Construction Site (NBC San Diego 9/1)
Man falls to death at construction site (CBS8 9/1)

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