Luciano Gonzalez Munoz Killed in Construction Accident

Victim Buried After Soil Collapse in Fatal Orange Accident

Orange, CA (December 19, 2020) – A man was killed in a construction accident in Orange. The fatal incident occurred on the morning of December 19 on Cliffway Drive.

Luciano Gonzalez Munoz, 45, of Puebla, Mexico, was killed after he was buried by soil. He was part of a construction crew hired to dig a hole for a swimming pool.

He was in the backyard of a home in the 6200 block of Cliffway Drive when the soil collapsed. Workers called 911 and firefighters arrived, At the time, Munoz was buried shoulder deep in dirt and had difficulty breathing, but could still communicate. 

However, there was a second collapse and Munoz was suffocated with dirt. His body was found five hours later. 

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Luciano Gonzalez Munoz.



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