BALTIMORE, Md. (WJZ) — The Maryland Occupational Safety and Health Agency recommends a major fine against a construction company following the death of a contractor.

20-year-old Kyle Hancock was killed back in June when the trench he was digging collapsed around him.

He was clearing a water line at the Clifton Park Pool at the time.

According to our media partner the Baltimore Sun, MOSH found willful and serious safety violations and proposed $275,000 in penalties against R.F. Warder Company.

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