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Jay Ayers Killed in Industrial Accident at Agua Caliente Casino


Construction Worker Dies in Fatal Rancho Mirage Incident

Rancho Mirage, CA (December 7, 2020) – A construction worker from Temecula was killed in an industrial accident in Rancho Mirage. The fatal incident occurred on the morning of December 7 at Agua Caliente Casino Cathedral City.

Jay Ayers, 41, died at the recently opened casino, located on E. Palm Canyon Drive. Cathedral City police received a call about an employee that died at the casino. Details of the accident were not released. The industrial accident is under investigation by the Cathedral City Police Department and the Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s Department of Workplace Safety.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Jay Ayers.

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