Rangel-Luna had both hands on the load line and was electrocuted when the load line from the crane came in contact with an overhead power line, according to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA, which has opened an investigation into the fatality.
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Emergency crews were in the process of taking Rangel-Luna to a medical helicopter for transport to an area hospital, but he died in the landing zone, police said.
Time of death was 12:21 p.m., according to the coroner’s office.
Rangel-Luna was working for Avendano Carpentry in Cincinnati, according to OSHA.
Avendano Carpentry filed paperwork with the Ohio Secretary of State’s Office on April 9 to become a limited liability company.
Information provided to OSHA by the company indicates Avendano Carpentry is a private company with four employees. The company has no OSHA history, according to a review of records by the Journal-News.