UPDATE: May 22, 10 pm

There are new developments this evening on a death that happened at an oil well over the weekend.
According to OSHA– a 34-year-old man died at a well site in Williston.
He was an employee of Brigade Energy Services, L-L-C.
A preliminary investigation shows the company had just finished servicing the well and was reconnecting the polish rod when the top end of the rod came loose and fell, hitting an employee in the head. 
The rod is approximately 40 feet long and weighs about 300 pounds.  
OSHA has six months to complete its investigation, issue citations, and propose penalties— if violations of workplace safety are found.

ORIGINAL: May 21, 5:00 pm

One man was killed in an accident at an oil rig site in Williams County over the weekend.
The fatal incident happened about 10-pm Saturday at a site between Springbrook and Epping.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has an investigator at the scene, looking into the cause of the accident.

A witness says it happened as a workover rig was in operation at the site.
As of now, OSHA is not releasing more information about the deadly incident.