Worker died from suspected heat stroke

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A man who died after falling ill at a site on the outskirts of Roma in Queensland is suspected to have suffered from heat stroke.

According to ABC News, paramedics were called to treat the 38-year-old worker at the site in Mooga. He suffered from a heart attack on the way to the hospital and was dead on arrival.

Ongoing investigations are being conducted to confirm the cause of the man’s death.


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