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Eduardo Pelayo Killed in Street Sweeper Crash at Cityview Way and Panorama Drive


K.J. Woods Construction Employee Dies in Fatal San Francisco Accident

San Francisco, CA (February 5, 2020) – A worker was killed in a construction accident in San Francisco. The fatal accident occurred on the afternoon of February 5 at Cityview Way and Panorama Drive. 

The worker, identified as Eduardo Pelayo, 58, was working on a San Francisco Public Works project that involved replacing a sewer and renovating pavement. He was driving a street sweeper when it went into an embankment for unknown reasons. He died from his injuries.

Pelayo was working for K.J. Woods Construction. Cal/OSHA and law enforcement officials are investigating the accident.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Eduardo Pelayo.

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