Second construction worker injured at New Jersey site has died

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HANOVER, N.J. — A second construction worker who was injured at a work site in northern New Jersey Thursday has died, officials confirm.

Another construction worker died earlier from his injuries. Their identities have not been released.

OSHA spokeswoman Lenore Uddyback-Forston said Thursday that an inspector has been dispatched to the work site in Hanover after the fatal accident. The work site is the future home of the Whippany Fire Company.

OSHA has inspected the crane that is believed to have caused the accident, according to the Morris County Prosecutor's Office. A very large HVAC unit was seen sitting on a tilt at the scene. Precision Contracting was in charge of the site.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.