TIL during the construction of the Hoover dam there were 112 deaths. The first was the drowning of a surveyor, J.G. Tierney. He had a son, Patrick Tierney, who was an electrician, and he was the final of the 112 deaths, 14 years later, on the same day.

Read more: https://www.reviewjournal.com/local/local-las-vegas/father-and-son-died-on-the-same-day-14-years-apart-while-working-on-hoover-dam/amp/

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  1. Stuff like this is so bizarre that it just feels like it has to be fake. Yet there are plenty of cases like this that are well documented. I suppose people die all the time, and some are bound to be coincidentally bound to each other.

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