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Sad news. Title should make it clear it was a worker that died though.
Agree, sad. Actually the thread title is more sensationalist than the press; that could be a first. That TV report confirmed that cause of death is unknown so far.
From the reports, the current status is undetermined death. Death by electrocution seems to be speculation from the reporters. The reports do say he was working behind the fence with all the power equipment though.While definitely sad, I've seen the innards of several supercharging stations. Especially at this point in the setup (grand opening scheduled for tomorrow means it's done) I really have no idea how it's possible someone was electrocuted. I have a feeling that the whole electrocution thing may be incorrect and just assumed since it's a charging station.
It's not necessarily electrocution, though, could be a heart attack, heat stroke or something.
Tesla's email described the incident as "an accident" which suggests they have information about it. It also appears that this was to be the 500th U.S. Supercharger, which they presumably intended to be the subject of entirely different press coverage. Very sad news.