Man killed in Kensal Rise roof fall lived in the Acton area
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Health and Safety Executive have launched an investigation into the death of Stanislaw Hurkala
An investigation has been launched after a man believed to be a construction worker fell to his death and died in Kensal Rise.
The man, who has been named as 61-year-old Stanislaw Hurkala, fell from the property in Bathurst Gardens on Wednesday, at around 11:20am.
Police were called to the scene but the man was pronounced dead at the scene.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) told the Times they were making enquiries alongside the police and would be investigating the incident.
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A spokesman added he believed the death may have been due to natural causes.
An inquest into the death of Mr Hurkala, who is believed to be from the Acton area, will be opened on March 18.
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A toxicology test will also be carried out.