Chambersburg: Man Identified That Died at Martin’s Potato Rolls Factory

Martin's Potato Rolls

30-year-old man named Steven Garrett Graby has been identified as the man found in the debris at the construction site by the Franklin County coroner’s office. 

READ: Building collapse, injuries unknown

Steven Garrett Graby

Graby of Washington Borough, Lancaster County has been identified as the 30 year old man unaccounted for after the walls collapsed at the Martin’s Famous Potato Roll Factory yesterday. Steven Garby was a contractor working on the construction for the building. Garby was was unable to be located under the debris. Multiple fire departments were on the scene and searched for hours for him. His remains were located at 9:45pm and Darby was pronounced deceased at the scene. His name was not released until his next of kin was informed.

He was an employee of the Structural Steel Erectors Division of High Industries, contracted by Wolhsen Construction who was managing the construction of the building which is meant to house a new bakery line

Martin’s Potato Roll Collapse

The collapse happened at a construction project on the company’s campus at 1000 Garber Road in Guilford Township on Tuesday, August 30, around 2:15 p.m. Multiple concrete walls collapsed and although initially it was reported that a Martin’s employee was missing, crews on the scene later clarified dogs where been used to locate a contractor working on construction was “unaccounted for.”

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