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Queens man dies in industrial accident on Long Island

MELVILLE - Suffolk County Police are investigating an industrial incident that killed a Queens man Monday afternoon.

Second Precinct Police officers were called at 1:11p.m. to 110 Sand and Gravel, 136 Spagnoli Drive, Melville.  Employees discovered the body of Mauricio Edy Zambranovera on the ground at the rear of his commercial truck.  Zambranovera had suffered significant internal injuries.  He was dead at the scene. 

His body was removed to the Office of the Suffolk County Medical Examiner where an autopsy will be conducted.

Zambranovera, 23, worked for City Recycling, located at 151 Anthony St., Brooklyn.