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A man died in 2020 from injuries sustained while working at the Belledune power plant.

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The coroner will soon investigate the death of Louis Gagnon which occurred four years ago, announced Monday the New Brunswick Department of Justice and Public Safety.

Louis Gagnon died on January 27, 2020. He succumbed to injuries sustained while working at the NB Power plant in Belledune, in the north of the province.

Mr. Gagnon, father of three children, was a scaffolder employed by the Sunny Corner company in Miramichi, which had won a contract to carry out certain work in the thermal power station.

The coroner's inquest will take place from February 20 to 23 at the Campbellton courthouse.

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Deputy chief coroner Emily Caissy and members of a jury will hear witnesses to clarify the facts related to the death .

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Louis Gagnon.

The jury can then make recommendations with the aim of preventing further deaths in similar circumstances.

Coroner's inquests are formal legal proceedings that allow any evidence relating to a death to be publicly presented.

The purpose of these investigations is not to assign legal responsibility to anyone, but rather to prevent ;other deaths occur in similar circumstances.

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