Not long ago, a worker in his 40s who worked for a subcontractor of the Seoul Transportation Corporation died while working outdoors on a hot day of 30 degrees안전놀이터. The text I shared with a colleague said that it was too hot.Reporter Shin Jin covered the story.[Reporter]’I’m going crazy because it’s so hot’ The text I sent to my colleague was simple and desperate.All that was left was black dusty overalls and old shoes.Park Mo, a 42-year-old worker who said, ‘It’s hot and there are few people,’ died on the 28th of last month.Mr. Park worked at a vehicle business in Gyeonggi-do managed by the Seoul Transportation Corporation.After the run, he entered the raised train and cleaned the air conditioner.It was hot inside the train, which was bathed in sunlight.[Families of deceased workers: This means that the legs were stretched out. He lowered his head like this.]The highest temperature on the day Park collapsed was 30 degrees.Around 4:00 PM, a colleague of his found a distraught Park and called 911.He died 1 hour and 10 minutes later. An autopsy showed that the cause of death was myocardial infarction.The bereaved family claimed that Park continued to complain of poor conditions.[Family of the deceased worker: (Train) There is no water or fan at all. It wasn’t that there was a rest area, but I put a water purifier or something… ]The subcontractor who hired Mr. Park refuted.”The team leader provided drinks and water every day. He also gave enough time to rest on the day of his death,” he said.The Labor Office, which is under investigation, explained that ‘it seems difficult to admit the relationship between work and death’.This is because it is not a so-called ‘foreign person’ who died from external causes.Every year in the heat, workers leave the world, but it is rare to be able to bury the responsibility of the company.