On Tuesday morning, a CN employee who died in a workplace in New York City, northwest of the New Brunswick railway, died.
According to the first signs, a 33-year-old man who was restored at 8:30 am at Edmundston's yard was found dead at 10:30 am, reports Canada Transport and Security Officer Eric Collard.
Christopher Monett, Corporate Affairs Director, is a national trade union organization representing CN railways.
He was the father of two people.
"I only express my deepest condolences to the families of the victim and to his colleagues," he said.
The employee took part in the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference. Community representatives collected evidence at the scene.
"Our brother is proud of two people who love their work and who have always talked about it," said Francois Laport, trade union president. "We were astonished and saddened that he was passing by."
In the fifth month after the death of the fifth workplace in the railway industry, deaths were reported. Teamsters Canada, CN and federal officials, said that after the end of the investigation, they would take part in a "wider debate."
CN police, the TSB conducts an investigation
Edmundston police said the CN police were investigating.
CN representative Jonathan Abekassy presented a postcode afternoon on Tuesday.
"This morning there was a real estate in CN for Edmundston's CN employee," he said. "We express our sincere condolences to the employee's family and community during this tragic event."
Collard's security chief investigators have hoped to be on the scene soon.
He could not provide the floor and age of the victim, and the Department tried to confirm the past.
Two weeks after the accident, the second serious train trauma occurred.
Passenger train collided with railway workers because it slowed down on November 23 at Train Station, NS.
Both Truro police assisted the victim with first-hand saving.