Sheriff on the scene of the fatal crash at Cemex in Brooksville

BROOKSVILLE, FL. – Hernando County Sheriff’s deputies are at the scene of a fatal crash that occurred at the Cemex Brooksville Aggregates Quarry, located at 11430 Camp Mine Road in Brooksville.

On Friday, just after 9 a.m., representatives from the Hernando County Sheriff’s Department along with the Hernando County Fire Emergency Service were dispatched to the Cemex Brooksville Aggregates Quarry in connection with a Non-Traffic Accident.

Callers told 9-1-1 operators that a man was injured while working in the mine.

Preliminary investigation revealed that an adult male (the victim) was performing work in the “pit” with the use of heavy machinery. For unknown reasons, the victim became entangled in the device.

Miners worked diligently to separate the victim from the device. When the victim had no equipment, the workers gave first aid.

Upon arrival at Hernando County Fire and Emergency Services, the victim was confirmed deceased.

Detectives are currently conducting an investigation into the death.

The Medical Examiner and the Mine Safety Health Administration (MSHA) are en route to conducting their own investigations.

An adult male (employee) was injured in the performance of his duties., According to the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office.

HCSO said in a statement: “Unfortunately, the man struggled with his injuries.

No additional information is available at this time, but we will update this story as more details are released.

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