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Employees immediately called 911 and Strathcona emergency crews were on scene quickly, said Holly Nicoll, director of marketing for Hi-Pro Feeds. “Everyone is quite saddened by the accident. We’re continuing to work with (our employees) and employee assistance is on site.” Federal Occupational Health and Safety investigators took over the investigation Monday because Hi-Pro Feeds is a federally regulated employer and the vehicle was from out of province. OHS and RCMP were continuing their investigation at Hi-Pro Feeds on Tuesday morning. According to Alberta Labour statistics, there have been two workplace incident fatalities — where the death occurs at the work site — from Jan. 1 to Feb. 28, 2017. Three additional deaths occurred prior to 2017 but were accepted as workplace incident fatalities this year. Statistics for March and April are not yet available. In 2016, Alberta recorded 144 workplace deaths.

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