SoFi Stadium worker Simon Fite has passed away

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

According to CBS Los Angeles, a worker at SoFi Stadium has passed away. This individual was showing “signs of a health issue” before their death.

32-year-old Simon Leo Fite dies before 5 pm on Wednesday, July 8th, according to Turner-AECOM Hunt, who are building the future home for the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers. The venue is expected to be opened to the public this summer.

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EMT’s — who were on site — responded to the scene, along with local paramedics, after Fite’s co-workers called for help. An autopsy is pending in the case.

But it appears that he suffered a “personal health-related cause” that led to his death.

The workers — after Fite’s death — stopped for a moment of silence, according to the story. Counselors have also been made available for those, who may need it during this difficult time.

His death is the second worker to pass away at the venue. Iron worker Juan Becerra previously fell 110 feet to his death from the roof and passed away.

The Occupational Safety and Health department in Los Angeles is investigating Becerra’s death.

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