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Canada Engineer in fatal Radiohead stage collapse guilty of professional misconduct

22:25  24 november  2020
22:25  24 november  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Radiohead stage collapse . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Fatal accident in Toronto, 2012. Radiohead stage collapse . On 16th November 2020, the Discipline Committee of the Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario conducted a hearing into professional misconduct by Cugliari.

WATCH: Inquest into fatal stage collapse at Downsview Park ends (April 10). Copy link. TORONTO – The engineer who signed off on a stage that collapsed at a Radiohead concert in Domenic Cugliari is facing professional misconduct charges related to the stage collapse that killed Scott

TORONTO — An engineer who signed off on a Radiohead concert stage that collapsed and killed a drum technician eight years ago has been found guilty of professional misconduct.

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The discipline committee with the Professional Engineers Ontario says Domenic Cugliari did not notice several errors and omissions in design drawings for the outdoor stage that collapsed on June 16, 2012.

It also found that Cugliari did not examine the trusses holding heavy lighting equipment and failed to realize those trusses were incorrectly connected to other beams.

The committee found Cugliari told a contractor the stage was structurally sound.

Cugliari agreed with the committee's findings at a hearing last week.

The collapse killed drum technician Scott Johnson and injured three others.

Cugliari has apologized for his actions, but Johnson's family say justice was not done.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Nov. 24, 2020.

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