The second construction worker in just over two months was killed on a Boston job site Thursday morning.

Boston EMS responded to a parking lot at 65 Northern Ave., near the District Hall building, at 5:30 a.m., where they found a construction worker who had sustained “traumatic injuries” and died at the scene. A second person was transported to an area hospital, Boston EMS Deputy Chief of Staff Erin Serino said in an email to Banker & Tradesman.

While police tape could be seen surrounding a tractor-trailer carrying granite slabs in photos of the scene published by WCVB-TV and WFXT, Boston first responders released very few details about the incident. The workers involved have not yet been identified, nor has the company or project they were working for.

OSHA has been called in to investigate the scene further.

Thursday’s incident comes 73 days after Peter Mosini, an employee of JDC Demolition, was killed when a slab of the Government Center Garage gave way beneath him, dropping him 9 stories to his death. And just over a month ago, a worker demolishing part of South Boston’s L Street Power Plant was nearly crushed by a falling walkway that trapped him for an extended period of time. Following that incident, project contractor Suffolk held a one-day stand-down on all of its Boston job sites to review its safety plans and procedures.

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