• January 23, 2017

Worker Killed After Fall from Backhoe on Pearson Ranch Rd. in Williamson Co., TX Accident

Williamson County, TX -- An unidentified construction worker was killed Friday afternoon after falling from a backhoe on Pearson Ranch Rd. in Williamson County, TX.

The deadly incident reportedly took place about 3 p.m. Friday, January 20, 2017.

The victim, whose identity has yet to be disclosed, was allegedly operating the equipment when the incident occurred. It appears the vehicle went over a bump, throwing the man from the backhoe. The machinery subsequently rolled over the man, killing him at the scene.

The report claims the deceased victim was part of a project to extend Pearson Ranch Rd. out to Texas 45.

Safety officials were on the scene examining the details of the incident at the time of the report.

The official investigation is ongoing.

There were no more details available at the time of the report's release.

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