Worker who was electrocuted in New Rochelle identified as 26-year-old Bronx man

Officials have identified a Bronx man who was killed on the job in New Rochelle on Wednesday.
They identified the man as 26-year-old Alejandro Manuel Pellisa.
Pellisa was electrocuted at a construction site on Union Avenue.
News 12 was told he accidentally struck high voltage wires while working in a cherry picker.
He was working for a Bronx construction company at the time, which had no comment.
OSHA and the city's Buildings Department are now investigating.