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UPDATE: Man dies after Beach construction site accident, victim identified

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Update: The victim has been identified as 49-year-old Antonio Reid of the 3200 block of Yellow Pine Crescent in Chesapeake.

Virginia Beach, Va. - A man has died as a result of an accident at a construction site on Nimmo Parkway in Virginia Beach, police tell NewsChannel 3.

He has now been identified as 49-year-old Antonio Reid of Chesapeake.

It happened at 8:15 a.m. on Wednesday, November 13, 2013, in the 900 block of Nimmo Parkway.

According to Virginia Beach police, Reid was in cardiac arrest due to a significant trauma. CPR was administered by co-workers on the scene. They say he was hit by a piece of equipment. When crews arrived, it was determined that "the patient's injuries were not conducive to life." He was pronounced dead at 8:28 a.m.

The incident is now being investigated by police.

Stay with NewsChannel 3 as more details are available.


  • brutis

    Its a Shame the contractor did not have enough respect for the man to stop all the workers from working while he lay there DEAD. They should have STOPPED ALL WORK being done until the Police ,News caster and others left the scene. Really should have shut the JOB DOWN for the day !!!

  • ron

    actually i think its in very poor taste to track down and interview the fience of the man…and interview her just 24 hours later…what happened to grieving time you story chasers….

    • Becca Mitchell

      She agreed to be interviewed. She could have freely declined at any time and we would have respected her decision.

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