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Logger killed at dryland sort

A Campbell River logger was killed Monday while working on West Thurlow Island.

The BC Coroners Service reported that Mark Allen Eric Dube, 59, was killed after being struck by a log shortly before 5 p.m.

Dube was working at a Knox Bay dryland timber sort, located east of Campbell River in the Discovery Islands group, when he was struck by a log and pronounced dead at the scene.

His death remains under investigation by the BC Coroners Service and Worksafe BC. No other details were released.

 

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