Ironworker Killed While Building F1 Bellagio Grandstand
Posted on: September 25, 2023, 11:46h.
Last updated on: October 6, 2023, 07:07h.
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A construction worker has died while setting up for the inaugural F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix, November 16-18.
A man suffered a “major laceration to the neck” while working at the Bellagio fountains on the Las Vegas strip on Saturday morning, according to Las Vegas Metropolitan Police. MGM Resorts International is currently building a grandstand for VIP race viewing in Bellagio Lake, where the fountains are located.
After being transported to the University Medical Center of Southern Nevada’s Trauma Center, the victim was pronounced dead.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration will reportedly be in charge of the ensuing investigation.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, construction of the track and grandstands is expected to cost around $560 million.
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