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Quebec officers are nonetheless engaged on a plan to get better the physique of a person buried in a sandpit final Thursday.

The 31-year-old man was working an excavator at a sandpit close to Freeway 105 at Farrellton when a considerable amount of sand slid down from the wall of the pit, burying him and his machine.

“Our inspectors are on the web site,” Alain Trudel of the province’s Committee on Requirements, Fairness, Well being and Security stated Thursday.

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He stated they nonetheless should work out the small print of the best way to get protected entry to the realm the place the excavator is buried. The MRC des Collines police had been additionally on the web site Thursday.

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Within the meantime, he stated, they’ve to attend till an engineer offers them a certificates saying the location is protected. An engineering report says there must be measures to stabilize the bottom earlier than anybody goes in to get better the physique.

Police haven’t named the sufferer pending formal identification of his physique, however social media posts by his grieving household establish him as Daniel Dompierre, a younger father. The sufferer’s father has held a vigil on the sandpit.

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