UPDATE at 2:20 p.m. on Monday, June 19, 2023: As confirmed by TMJ4, the contractor who was injured in an accident while performing construction duties at Lambeau Field last week has passed away from their injuries.
Mavid Construction, the company that employed the late carpenter, confirms that they passed away on Saturday, June 17. They offered the following statements:
“As a family-owned company, this loss has truly impacted us all. Our main concern is for the well-being of our employee’s family, our team members who were on the project site, and our entire team who worked with this employee. His decision to be an organ donor will save many lives.”
Another statement was released on the behalf of the Green Bay Packers organization:
“The Green Bay Packers organization extends our deepest condolences to the family, friends and co-workers of the Mavid Construction employee who succumbed Saturday to the injuries he suffered on Thursday. Our thoughts are with those impacted during this difficult time.”
The victim’s identity has been withheld to allow the family time and privacy while they mourn. Mavid confirmed that the victim’s brother and father are also employees of theirs.
The following breaking news story has been left unaltered from its original publishing.
A subcontractor working on construction at Lambeau Field is in critical condition after an accident on Thursday, June 15.
Emergency personnel responded to Lambeau Field Thursday morning to a report of a man trapped inside the building. Green Bay Metro Fire Department Chief Matthew Knott said his crews arrived on scene around 10:00 a.m. before performing an extraction and transported the man to a local hospital.
Green Bay Police Chief Chris Davis said it appears to be an accident with no indications of a crime. Both Davis and Knott said they are still investigating the location where the man was trapped and the cause of the incident.
A statement from Miron Construction Co., Inc reads,
Today on the Lambeau Field project site in Green Bay, Wis. an employee of a subcontractor experienced a serious incident on site and is currently in critical condition. We do not have further details of the incident to share at this time, aside from the fact that the investigation is ongoing, and we are cooperating fully with the appropriate authorities. Our main concern is for the individual involved, their family, and the team members on site.
This is a developing story and will be updated with any new information.
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