May 2, 2016 San Francisco, CA - An death of an electrician at a construction site near the 200 block of Main Street near South Beach is being inves
May 2, 2016
San Francisco, CA – An death of an electrician at a construction site near the 200 block of Main Street near South Beach is being investigated by Cal/OSHA, according to officials.
The man, later identified as Mose Baymont, 45, of Pleasanton, was found unconscious by his co-workers at around 2:45 p.m.
Co-workers attempted CPR and called 911. When emergency crews arrived, they found the victim unresponsive. He did not respond to life-saving measures that were administered.
He was pronounced dead at the scene by emergency officials.
Baymont was performing electrical work for Metropolitan Electrical Corporation as part of a renovation crew for the Charles Schwab building, according to Cal/OSHA spokesperson Julia Bernstein.
The crews were working on the second and third floors when Baymont was noticed missing.
There were no witnesses to what happened to the victim, according to police reports. “We never saw or heard anything,” according to a worker.
Although Baymont is believed to have been electrocuted, the cause of death is still under investigation.
Calls made to Metropolitan Electrical Corporation went unanswered.