Cement pump truck tipped over near County Road 8 and Highway 3 in Essex
A cement pump truck fell onto its side while doing work in a residential subdivision under construction.
The construction was underway near County Road 8 and Highway 3 in Essex.
A viewer who submitted a photo of the incident said he witnessed the driver crawl out of the truck.
Essex OPP and paramedics were not called in.
The Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development was notified of the incident on Monday.
The reported constructor is Valente Development Corp.
The ministry confirmed there were no injuries reported.
A ministry inspector has been assigned and an investigation is ongoing.
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