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WORLD CUP BRAZIL: A WORKER FALLS TO HIS DEATH FROM 8 METERS! 7TH DEATH!

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The tragic death of a worker at the construction site of the Sao Paulo stadium casts a somber shadow over preparations for the World Cup in Brazil. The worker fell eight meters and, despite wearing all mandatory safety equipment, tragically lost his life after being transferred to the hospital.

This incident adds to a grim tally, with a total of seven workers having lost their lives during the construction of various World Cup facilities in Brazil.

Concerns over construction delays have been raised, particularly regarding the Sao Paulo stadium, which is scheduled to host the opening match between Brazil and Croatia on June 12. Reports from Catch Brasil.com highlight the ongoing challenges and setbacks faced by construction projects across Brazil in preparation for the tournament.

In response to these concerns, FIFA President Joseph Blatter has assured that the Sao Paulo stadium will be completed on time for the World Cup.

This tragic event underscores the importance of prioritizing safety measures and ensuring the well-being of workers involved in the construction of World Cup facilities.

Tags: World Cup, Sao Paulo, stadiums, construction, safety, Joseph Blatter

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