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Workman Is Killed At International Bridge (1938) | Surname: Steacy (Stacey)

Workman Is Killed At International Bridge

Brockville, Ont., Aug 15,-  Angus Steacy, an Indian from Caughnawaga, was killed at the Canadian terminal of the New International terminal of the New International Bridge at Ivy Lea today when he fell from the top of the pier to the rocks 150 ft below, dying instantly. Steacy, an employe of the Canadian Bridge company, was engaged in removing a crane from the top of the main tower when he lost his balance. He leaves a grown-up family, one son being a companion workman on the bridge construction.

Source: Ottawa Citizen, Aug 16th, 1938

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March 12, 2014 - Posted by | . |

1 Comment »

  1. Thank you for sharing this post, such a shame for his loss of life, I also have family who died whilst at work.

    Comment by Stephen | March 12, 2014 | Reply


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