Man Inspecting His Massive Christmas Light Display Dies After Falling

Man Inspecting His Massive Christmas Light Display Dies After Falling

An area establishment in Burlington, Ontario, Canada suffered a tragic loss Monday. Doug Musson, who had turn out to be identified for his large Christmas mild show on his dwelling, died after an accident that occurred whereas he was inspecting the show, CBC reported. He was 82 years outdated.
The household confirmed the information in an announcement on the Musson’s Well-known Christmas Show web site. Musson was on a ladder looking for the supply of water dripping onto the guests’ pathway when the ladder fell. He died later within the hospital. A stranger to the household arrange a GoFundMe web page for help, which the household stated they appreciated.
Known as the “Burlington Griswold Home” in reference to the movie “Christmas Trip,” Musson’s elaborate show was a staple within the Burlington neighborhood yearly. It famously included a Christmas mild model of a Harley-Davidson bike, as a tribute to Musson’s son Cam who died in a motorbike accident. Musson’s son Scott stated the lights will keep on this Christmas, as that’s what his father would have needed.
Members of the Burlington neighborhood mourned the loss on Twitter.

That is devastating information. Doug and the Musson household have offered #BurlON with an exquisite show of Christmas Lights on their dwelling for a lot of,a few years.  Our ideas and prayers are with the Musson household.
— Mayor Rick Goldring (@RickGoldring) December 20, 2017

Saddened to be taught of the very tragic accident and passing of Doug Musson, the person behind the attractive Xmas lights in our neighbourhood. RIP Doug.
— Trevor McPherson (@tmcpherson) December 20, 2017

A memorial is rising outdoors of the house of Doug Musson. He handed away in hospital on Monday after falling off a ladder outdoors his dwelling. @CityNews
— Brandon Rowe (@CityNewsBrandon) December 20, 2017

Scott Musson stated the household will hold the sunshine show going for years to return in honor of the late father. Photos of the 2016 Christmas mild show could be seen on their web site.