Rules Review for Bryan Trucks to Come After Death Investigation

The City of Bryan has resumed repairs involving bucket trucks in emergency cases, but routine repairs are still on hold, this as an investigation continues into the death of Alex Constancio, the city worker who fell from a bucket truck while working on a traffic signal.

City Manager David Watkins says the first thing the city is trying to do is figure out all the facts in the accident.

A final report could take weeks, and until all the facts are gathered, they won't review safety practices.

Watkins says he's not aware of any contact between the city and the Occupational Health and Safety Administration, as cities are not subject to OSHA regs.


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