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LDS Electrician Shocked to Death
LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, CANADA -- Construction work on the University of
Lethbridge's newest addition came to a blinding halt Wednesday
morning after LDS electrician Stace Miller was electrocuted.
Miller, who had received his journeyman's certificate less than six
months ago, was working in a confined space at the Library
Information Network Centre when the accident took place. Co-workers
from Armax Electric had pulled him from the accident site and
performed CPR until paramedics arrived. He was pronounced dead at the
The accident shut down construction for the remainder of the day with
workers leaving the site around 9:30 a.m. There was only limited
activities onsite the following day. Police and safety inspectors are
still investigating the exact cause of the accident.
Miller, a returned missionary from the Nevada Las Vegas Mission,
would have celebrated his diamond anniversary with his wife Kari
Ogden on the 29th of this month. The pair were married in the
Cardston Alberta Temple and are the parents of three sons who all
enjoyed fishing with their dad.
Lethbridge Herald, 14 &15 June 2001
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