After falling, a security man dies at Lusail Stadium.
While performing maintenance work at the location of the World Cup 2022 final on Sunday, John Njau Kibue was injured.
At the Lusail Stadium in Qatar, a security man who was on duty when he fell has passed away.
John Njau Kibue fell on Saturday, according to a statement issued on Wednesday by the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC), the local World Cup organizers. Before being sent to the hospital, where he passed away on Tuesday, medical personnel responded to the scene and gave him emergency care.
Despite the efforts of the medical staff, he tragically died away in hospital on Tuesday, December 13 after spending three days in the intensive care unit, the statement stated.
"His heirs have been notified. We offer his family, friends, and coworkers our warmest condolences during this trying time."
The organizers stated that they are looking into the events leading up to the fall "urgently" and promised to release further details whenever they have them.
The statement said, "We will also see to it that his family receives any outstanding dues and money owed."
After news broke last week that a Filipino worker had passed away while working at a World Cup training facility, Qatar opened an investigation into workplace safety.
Nasser al-Khater, the chief executive of Qatar World Cup 2022, said that a worker had passed away but provided no other information.
The death was also verified by the foreign ministry of the Philippines, which said the embassy was "working with legal authorities to obtain more facts of his demise." One of the country's citizens had passed away while working at a resort south of the capital Doha, it added.
The biggest site for World Cup 2022 matches, Lusail Stadium, will host the World Cup final on Sunday. On Wednesday, December 14, Argentina will play the winner of today's France-Morocco encounter there.
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