Construction Worker Tragically Dies in Accident on the 285/400 Interchange Improvement Project
FULTON COUNTY, GA – According to an online news report at mjdonline.com, a construction worker employed by a company that is building the new 285/400 interchange tragically died late last week in Sandy Springs, Georgia.*
The worker was an employee of North Perimeter Contractors LLC, a company based in Sandy Springs, Georgia, that was hired by the Georgia Department of Transportation to serve as the general contractor for the 285/400 interchange improvement project.
According to North Perimeter, “[w]e can confirm that there was an incident in the 285/400 project work zone this afternoon. At this time we do not have many details. Work has stopped and an investigation is being conducted to determine what happened.”
There are no further details as to how the accident occurred. The identity of the worker has not been released to the public by the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Office.
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