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The man who fell while working on Eastbourne Pier on Tuesday afternoon has been named as Stephen Penrice.
44-year-old Stephen Penrice is from Sandylonning in Netherton, Cumbria.
Emergency services were called after 4pm to reports that a man had fallen from the pier, however Stephen was sadly declared dead at the scene.
Sussex Police will be joined by colleagues from the Health and Safety Executive to investigate the incident.
Eastbourne council and Eastbourne Pier Action Committee have released the following joint statement following the death of the worker.
– Eastbourne Council and Eastbourne Pier Action Committee
“We are shocked and saddened by the death of a contractor on Eastbourne Pier yesterday (Tuesday August 19). Our thoughts are with his family and friends back in Cumbria, and his work colleagues, at this enormously difficult time.
“We are seeking contact details for the man's next of kin and we will be sending our condolences to them.
“The Health and Safety Executive and the police will be on the pier today (Wednesday). Once their investigations have been completed, the pier contractors will be allowed back on site to continue with crucial work to make the pier safe and rebuild it.”
The RNLI have among those remembering the Marchioness disaster, 25 years ago.
A service this afternoon will pay tribute to the 51 people who lost their lives in the tragedy.
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The owners of Eastbourne Pier have described the death as a 'terrible tragedy'.
– Cuerden Leisure, Eastbourne Pier Owners
This is a terrible tragedy and we are working with the Police to establish exactly what happened. Our thoughts are with the family and colleagues at this time"
A service is being held to commemorate twenty five years after the tragedy on the Thames, where 51 people were killed.
The names of 51 people killed in the Marchioness pleasureboat disaster will be read out at a service in Southwark Cathedral later. The tribute will mark 25 years since the tragedy. Shaun Lockwood-Croft from Aldershot in Hampshire was one of those who died.
The vessel sank after being hit by a dredger on the River Thames in 1989.
A workman who fell to the beach while working on repairs to the fire-damaged Eastbourne Pier in East Sussex, has died from his injuries. His next-of-kin have been informed. Sussex Police and the Health & Safety Executive are investigating what happened.
Police want to talk to Lewes man Paul Healey, 33, in connection with a burglary in the town on August 12.
Anyone who sees him or knows of his whereabouts is asked to email email@example.com or call 101 quoting serial 1020 of 12/08.
Police were called to Eastbourne Pier around 4.10pm to a man who had fallen onto the beach.
Ambulance was called and the man was being treated for a serious head injury and he was flown to hospital in a life threatening condition.
The Health and Safety Executive has been informed as the man was working on the pier.