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Two men killed in Franklin County crane accident identified, one still in critical condition

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FRANKLIN COUNTY, Pa. — UPDATE:  The two men who were killed in a Friday crane accident have been identified.

John Marcoux, 66, of Chambersburg, and Christopher Robison, 49, of Marion, died on Friday, February 2 just after 8:00 a.m. as a result of the crane accident, according to a police release.

Both men died of multiple blunt force trauma.

A 38-year-old Wisconsin man is still listed in critical condition at York Hospital while the two other people who were injured have been released from Waynesboro Hospital.

PREVIOUSLY: Two men were killed and three others injured in a crane accident Friday morning at Manitowoc Cranes in Shady Grove, according to Pennsylvania State Police.

The incident was reported around 8:14 a.m.

The Franklin County Coroner has identified 49-year-old Chris Robison of Marion, Pa and 66-year-old John Marcoux, of Chambersburg as the two men who died in the incident.

The cause of death was listed as multiple blunt force trauma.

According to police, one of the injured was flown from the scene to York Hospital, where he is listed in critical condition. The other two injured, both men, were treated at Waynesboro Hospital. Their injuries were reported as minor.

A spokesperson for OSHA confirmed that the organization is investigating the incident.

State Police and the Franklin County Coroner’s Office are also investigating.