Nearly two weeks after the industrial accident on the west side of the city, the Chief Coroners office is now confirming the man air lifted to Regina by Stars has died of his injuries.

Not much has been released as the investigation into the accident on June 16th on the 1400 block of Athabasca Street West continues, as well as Occupational Health and Safety.

The coroners office is confirming, 28-year old Adam Van Hatten, formerly of Kindersley passed away 4 days after the incident.

A memorial service is being held Friday at the Kindersley Alliance Church.

For those wishing to donate in Adam's memory, there is a "Go Fund Me" page set up in his name for his children.


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