Man dies after getting trapped by machinery at NJ industrial facility
🚨 A 911 call came from Cambridge Pavingstone around 7:30 a.m.
🚨 The company has been located in Lakewood since 2006
LAKEWOOD — A man died after becoming trapped in a piece of industrial machinery Friday morning.
Lakewood police Capt. Gregory Stafford said a 911 call came from Cambridge Pavingstones on Havenwood Court around 7:30 a.m.
First responders were able to free the male and began life-saving measures, which were unsuccessful. The worker was pronounced dead at the scene.
Staffordsmith did not disclose the identity of the deceased, the type of machinery or the circumstances of the incident.
OSHA confirmed it is part of the investigation but would not disclose any other information about the incident.
Cambridge Pavingstones is a Lyndhurst-based company that sells paving stones, natural stone and other items for outdoor use at home improvement stores throughout New Jersey.
According to a company video, the company moved to Lakewood in 2020 after acquiring Clayon Block and opening a manufacturing facility.
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