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Funeral planned Wednesday for TTC worker killed by service train

A bouquet of flowers is left at the scene where a Toronto Transit Commission tunnel foreman was killed Sept. 14, 2012.

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A 49-year old Toronto transit worker killed on the job last week will be laid to rest on Wednesday.

Peter Pavlovski was killed Friday after being struck by a service train just north of the city.

Mr. Pavlovski, a married father of three, had been an employee of the Toronto Transit Commission for 22 years.

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He was supervising a crew of seven workers on an elevated track area north of Yorkdale station when he was struck by the southbound train around 4:45 a.m.

A second man was also struck but sustained only minor injuries.

The Toronto police, Ontario Ministry of Labour and TTC have all launched investigations into the incident.

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