Man dies while working construction at Pennsylvania County Central Club: report


A man died in a construction accident on Monday afternoon, according to multiple reports.

The contractor worked at the Lancaster County Club at 1466 New Holland Pike in Manheim Township, Lancaster Online reported. At around 2.05pm, dispatch logs show emergency crews were called to the club, but no further details of what happened have been released.

Lancaster County Coroner Dr Stephen Diamantoni has confirmed that a man in his 20s, from Media, died in an accident, the outlet reported. The identity of the man has not been released pending notification to his next of kin.

The club’s general manager, Ryan Granruth, confirmed the death of the contractor, saying the man worked on site at the club, LancasterOnline reported.

The contractor worked with Mottin Golf Course Renovations, WGAL reported.

Police did not release information about the incident on Monday evening.

“We send our deepest condolences to the entire Mottin team and to our superintendent, Josh Saunders, and his assistant, Matt Wolfe, who enjoyed a long friendship with the deceased,” club chairman Craig Roda said. in the email, LancasterOnline reported.

Golf at the club will be closed on Tuesday following the death, but is expected to resume on Wednesday, Roda said. The Dogwood-Highlands course will remain closed until the investigation is complete.

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