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Sep 09, 2017

when a tower collapsed near the Avalon Peninsula community of Come by Chance. Tim McLean, right, also died at the scene. (Facebook/GoFundMe) Both men were employed by Alberta-based Forbes Bros. Ltd., the company contracted to build a new $300-million, 188-kilometre transmission line from Bay d'Espoir to the western Avalon Peninsula for Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro, which is a subsidiary of Nalcor. "It was not related to anything in terms of design," Marshall replied when asked Monday about what caused the collapse. He said a full report on the collapse is expected by the end of August. Marshall would not elaborate, including whether human error was involved. "This was a stark reminder of our need to remain relentless on our focus on safety," he said. Stan Marshall is CEO of Nalcor, Newfoundland and Labrador's energy company. (Eddy Kennedy/CBC) Prior to the collapse, 231 towers had been erected, less than half of the total. A safety audit of the towers has been completed, but a order halting all new tower installations remains in place, said Marshall.

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