June 15, 2010


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Construction worker killed at site of Paul, Jr.’s shop

Police investigate at accident scene

MONTGOMERY – A 26-year-old construction worker from Beacon was killed when he fell through the roof of a building on Stone Castle Road in the Town of Montgomery, the home of Paul Teutul, Jr’s, shop, “Paul Jr. Designs,” Town Police told MidHudsonNews.com.

Emergency services received the call around 8:40 a.m. that the man, who police did not immediately identify, had stepped through a cut workers made in the roof and fell 40 feet, said Police lt. Alex Landolina.

Paul Jr. had left the cable TV show that his father, Paul Sr., his brother, and he had made famous, to open his own business. The show is based on the family's custom build motorcycle shop.

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