CanadaStill no estimate on when buried worker will be recovered

21:53  08 november  2018
21:53  08 november  2018 Source:   ottawacitizen.com

'Dead' man turns up two months after burial

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Still no estimate on when buried worker will be recovered © Tony Caldwell, OTTwp 110218-OttAccidentNov3

Quebec officials are still working on a plan to recover the body of a man buried in a sandpit last Thursday.

The 31-year-old man was operating an excavator at a sandpit near Highway 105 at Farrellton when a large amount of sand slid down from the wall of the pit, burying him and his machine.

“Our inspectors are at the site,” Alain Trudel of the province’s Committee on Standards, Equity, Health and Safety said Thursday.

He said they still have to work out the details of how to get safe access to the area where the excavator is buried. The MRC des Collines police were also at the site Thursday.

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Repressed memories are memories that have been unconsciously blocked due to the memory being associated with a high level of stress or trauma.

Leo Hickman: It's better to burn out than fade away. Kurt Cobain clearly thought so, quoting this famous Neil Young lyric in his suicide note, but then he obviously wasn't referring to the issue of greenhouse-gas emissions when it comes to the somewhat thorny cremation v burial debate.

In the meantime, he said, they have to wait until an engineer gives them a certificate saying the site is safe. An engineering report says there should be measures to stabilize the ground before anyone goes in to recover the body.

Police have not named the victim pending formal identification of his body, but social media posts by his grieving family identify him as Daniel Dompierre, a young father. The victim’s father has held a vigil at the sandpit.


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