In the image: The worker tradie who lost his life in a terror construction accident

Shaun Burns (pictured), 48, was submerged in concrete after a Clark Crane hammer dropped a load from overhead at a CRC Group Apartment Construction site in Box Hill, Melbourne on Thursday afternoon

This is the man who lost his life in a construction accident of terror when a crane threw a load of concrete on him and two other men.

Shaun Burns, 48, was submerged in concrete after a Clark hammer crane dropped a load on him at a CRC Group apartment building site in Box Hill, Melbourne, on Thursday afternoon.

The crane responsible for the death of Mr. Burns was in use for the first time when the cable broke.

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Shaun Burns (pictured), 48, was submerged in concrete after a Clark Crane hammer dropped a load from overhead at a CRC Group Apartment Construction site in Box Hill, Melbourne on Thursday afternoon

Shaun Burns (pictured), 48, was submerged in concrete after a Clark Crane hammer dropped a load from overhead at a CRC Group Apartment Construction site in Box Hill, Melbourne on Thursday afternoon

Mr. Burns, a general worker, was working on the well with an excavator and a man who steers the crane from the ground at the time of the tragedy.

Mr. Burns did not have a wife or children, but he was an integral part of the community and loved by his family and friends.

A six-gun salute and a minute of silence was held for the merchant on Sunday by the Kilmore Field and Game association, where Burns was a member of the committee.

Burns has been remembered as a hard-working and "unfiltered" guy, but his family and friends are still traumatized by the incident.

Burns, a general worker, was working on the well with an excavator and a man who steers the crane from the ground at the time of the tragedy.

Burns, a general worker, was working on the well with an excavator and a man who steers the crane from the ground at the time of the tragedy.

Burns, a general worker, was working on the well with an excavator and a man who steers the crane from the ground at the time of the tragedy.

The club shared the sad news with the Facebook community and wrote: "Shaun was a valuable sponsor, a tireless worker in all facets of club operations (grounding, preparation kit, etc.) and good friend to many. in the club and around the traps in many clubs. "

"It will be very strange, and henceforth, our September outings will be the Shaun Burns Memorial." The club sends condolences to Shaun's family and friends at this sad and difficult time. 39;

His friend, Rodd Pratt, a fellow member of the Kilmore Field and Game association told the Herald Sun: "It has been a real shock to all the people who knew him."

"These kinds of things happen to other people, they do not happen to the people you know."

The other men involved have been identified as 28-year-old Caroline Springs, who is in critical condition, and a 27-year-old from Southbank who suffered minor injuries.

The other men involved have been identified as 28-year-old Caroline Springs, who is in critical condition, and a 27-year-old from Southbank who suffered minor injuries.

The other men involved have been identified as 28-year-old Caroline Springs, who is in critical condition, and a 27-year-old from Southbank who suffered minor injuries.

The other men involved have been identified as Caroline Springs, 28, who remains in critical condition and a 27-year-old Southbank man who suffered minor injuries.

The witnesses thought that a house was being demolished because the loud boom sounded like thunder but was masked by the noise of the construction.

HOW THE INCIDENT IS DISPLAYED

1. A cable that passes through a sheave on the crane, attached to a hook to carry the load downward and upward

2. A bucket full of more than 1.5 tons of heavy concrete fell on the three workers in the well

3. Shaun Burns was buried alive under the concrete while coworkers ran the clock to try to free him while standing on wooden planks

4. Shaun died tragically before he could be saved

5. It took 40 firefighters to remove the body from the well to remove it

The secretary of the Union of Construction, Forestry, Maritime, Mining and Energy (CFMEU), John Setka, said that the workers, including the driver of the crane, left the site in tears after seeing the accident.

This fatality in the construction industry marks the seventh in Melbourne since January amid claims that the construction industry is subject to too much pressure and time constraints, so work is not done safely.

CFMEU's occupational health and safety manager, Dr. Gerry Ayers, told the AAP: "We ask for a thorough and thorough inspection to make sure all of those Clark Cranes are functioning according to their manufacturers' specifications before they start again. work, "said Dr. Ayers.

Ayers has insisted that the union carry out unannounced random checks to verify safety.

This fatality in the construction industry marks the seventh in Melbourne since January amid claims that the construction industry is subject to too much pressure and time constraints and that work is not done safely.

This fatality in the construction industry marks the seventh in Melbourne since January amid claims that the construction industry is subject to too much pressure and time constraints and that work is not done safely.

This fatality in the construction industry marks the seventh in Melbourne since January amid claims that the construction industry is subject to too much pressure and time constraints and that work is not done safely.

Clark Cranes director Michael Clark issued a statement Friday afternoon in which he said: "Clark Cranes is a family owned and operated business established in Melbourne 10 years ago, and we have always placed the highest priority on safety. and reliability of the equipment it provides to the construction industry & # 39;

"In this case, the crane involved in the accident was almost new and was only purchased from a respected Italian manufacturer of high quality cranes in June of this year, it was only at its first job at the time of the accident."

Clark Cranes was caught in another accident in July when residents were forced to leave their homes due to a broken Clark Crane hanging over residents after it was twisted.

Construction was suspended on Friday for investigators to reconstruct what went wrong and the operation of more than 80 Clark Cranes has stopped.

Construction was suspended on Friday for investigators to reconstruct what went wrong and the operation of more than 80 Clark Cranes has stopped.

Construction was suspended on Friday for investigators to reconstruct what went wrong and the operation of more than 80 Clark Cranes has stopped.

The construction site that is being built was designed by Hayball and is located at 999 Whitehorse Road, Box Hill including 3.5 basements, retail area on the ground floor and restaurants, ninety 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments and a large patio communal level 1 for residents.

Construction was suspended on Friday for investigators to reconstruct what went wrong and the operation of more than 80 Clark Cranes has stopped.

The advice has also been organized for workers who were on the site and those who rushed to help. WorkSafe and the police are still investigating.

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