Construction Site Worker Dies While Renovating Building At University Of Indiana.

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Swain Hall, located on the Bloomington campus of the University of Indiana, has been under construction for nearly a year. Recently, while working at the construction site, a man not employed by the University was mortally injured. There has yet to be released any information about the victim or any reports of other injuries at the construction site. But Indiana University officials say a crew was working on a renovation project at Swain Hall when a male construction worker was killed.

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