A customer has died after stock fell on him at a B&Q store in Ireland.
A member of staff also narrowly escaped injury in the same incident.
The man, who has been named locally as 59-year-old Michael O'Rourke, was crushed to death last Sunday after fencing fell from a top shelf storage area at the B&Q store in Tallaght, Dublin.
The branch, which opened in 2003, was closed immediately after the incident so the Health & Safety Authority (HSA) and police could launch an investigation into what happened.
B&Q Ireland director Brian Mooney said staff were devastated and that their thoughts are with Mr O'Rourke's family and friends.
He said: "We are working with the authorities on a thorough investigation to understand how this happened and our store will remain closed while this takes place."