Man killed in construction site explosion

PHOENIX, AZ – A tragic incident leading to the death of a man was reported on Wednesday at the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) in North Phoenix. A sudden explosion attracted the attention of the Phoenix, Glendale, and Daisy Mountain fire departments, prompting their immediate response to the business site near 43rd Avenue and Dove Valley Road.

The deceased, identified as 41-year-old Cesar Anguiano-Guitron, was engaged in the transportation of waste material from the TSMC construction site when informed of probable complications with the tank carrying the waste under considerable pressure. During Anguiano-Guitron’s inspection of the implicated equipment, he faced an unexpected pressure-release incident which allegedly resulted in his severe injuries.

As per claims from officials, Anguiano-Guitron was hit by a hefty object that propelled him over 20 feet away from the trailer he was inspecting. Following the incident, he was immediately transported to a local hospital with serious injuries, unfortunately succumbing to them later.

The investigation concerning the incident and its specific circumstances continues.

TSMC confirmed the incident in an official statement but explicitly mentioned the absence of related injuries among their employees or on-site workers. The facilities remained unaffected by the incident. The company is actively cooperating with local authorities, but further details remain undisclosed due to ongoing inquiries.