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Eric Ndayishimiye, a 21-year-old employee of subcontractor Banff Construction, was killed on July 21, 2016 when a steel construction lift fell on him at the site of the future $285-million Jim Pattison Children's Hospital. The site is overseen by general contractor Graham Construction. Ndayishimiye had been on the job for about six months. Construction worker killed at Children's Hospital of Sask. site identified as young actor "The file … is still under review," said David Horth, the director of communications for the Saskatchewan Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety. Asked if the investigation is taking longer than normal, Horth replied, "Each file is unique, making it hard to say what would be considered typical.... Our priority in every incident is to make sure we complete a thorough review." The ministry's OHS division launched an investigation into the death shortly after it was reported last year. The results of that investigation, which is still ongoing, are being reviewed by OHS and the province's Department of Justice. "This review can take up to two years and varies based upon the complexities of each incident," said Horth.

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