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Sport Report: Construction worker at SoFi Stadium dies after fall

00:45  06 june  2020
00:45  06 june  2020 Source:   sports.yahoo.com

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workers at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood have tested positive for COVID-19, increasing the number of known cases among workers on the project to 12. The cases appear to have been spread around the 298-acre project, including one person working on the park to the south of the stadium , another

Construction of the SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park, the future home of the Chargers and Rams, is underway on Feb. 26. A fourth construction worker has The email said the project "remains open to work without restriction." The first event at the stadium , the future home of the Rams and Chargers

A construction worker at SoFi Stadium died Friday after a fall, police told Fox 11 Los Angeles. ESPN confirmed a worker died, and that the site had been shut down temporarily.

a train on a steel track: A worker at SoFi Stadium reportedly died Friday. (Photo by Scott Varley/MediaNews Group/Torrance Daily Breeze via Getty Images) © Provided by Yahoo! Sports A worker at SoFi Stadium reportedly died Friday. (Photo by Scott Varley/MediaNews Group/Torrance Daily Breeze via Getty Images)

The fall occurred around 11:40 a.m. PT. The worker was pronounced dead at the scene, according to Fox 11 Los Angeles. Police have not released the person’s name, or the circumstances surrounding their death. The worker reportedly fell from about 50 to 60 feet, according to KTLA5.

SoFi Stadium is expected to serve as the new venue for both the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers during the 2020 season. The stadium was supposed to open July 25 for a Taylor Swift concert, but that date was pushed back due to the coronavirus. Swift’s concerts at SoFi have been pushed to 2021.

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Report : Construction on SoFi Stadium continues despite second worker testing positive for coronavirus. This worker reportedly last worked March 29 on two of the site’s parking lots. In response to the second positive test, the joint venture overseeing construction is reportedly

INGLEWOOD (CBSLA) – A second construction worker at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood has tested positive for coronavirus, according to a report in An internal email from Turner AECOM Hunt — the joint venture which is in charge of constructing the stadium — stated that the worker in question is

Construction at the stadium continued despite coronavirus concerns. Twelve workers have tested positive for coronavirus during construction.

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