September 12, 2007
Date set for inquest into 2004 death of construction worker in Georgetown
An inquest will be held into the death of Bogdan Malek, who died from injuries he sustained at a Georgetown-area construction site in 2004.
Malek, 48, died in hospital on Oct. 29, 2004, after falling from the second level of a single-storey home under construction on Eighth Line, north of Georgetown. Halton Police reported at the time that Malek landed on a rocky area on the ground and was pronounced dead a short time later at hospital.
An inquest is mandatory when a worker dies as a result of an accident occurring at a construction project. The three day inquest will review the events surrounding the death and look at construction site safety issues.
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