A man died after he was injured while working at a temporary Formula One Las Vegas Grand Prix grandstand construction site over the weekend. Authorities on Monday identified him as 37-year-old Tizco Antonio, the Associated Press reported.
The Clark County coroner’s office told USA TODAY that Antonio sustained a “severe laceration” on his neck. The Nevada Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating the incident.
“Nevada OSHA officials were notified of the fatality that occurred Saturday on Bellagio’s property,” OSHA spokeswoman Teri Williams told USA TODAY in an email. “Officials were dispatched to the site of the incident to open an investigation.”
Antonio died at University Medical Center on Saturday.
USA TODAY has reached out to Formula One Las Vegas for more information.
The man was working on the massive spectator arena in front of the Bellagio Resort where the inaugural Formula One Las Vegas race will be held from Nov. 16-18. The road course is 3.8 miles long and includes parts of the Las Vegas Strip.
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Las Vegas F1 construction worker dies after injury near Bellagio