April 5, 2007
Inquest called in Grgas death
An inquest has been called into the death of Mate (Mike) Grgas, 61, who died Sept. 12, 2005 as a result of injuries sustained after a steel bin fell on him while working on a construction site.
Under the Coroners Act, an inquest is mandatory when a worker dies as a result of an accident at a construction project.
The inquest will review the events surrounding the death and the jury may make recommendations aimed at preventing deaths in similar circumstances. It begins at 9:30 a.m. on May 22 at the Brampton Courthouse.
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