shocking WEB EXTRA: Bridgewater man killed at Brockton UPS office By Maureen Boyle, Enterprise staff writer BROCKTON — A UPS worker was run over and killed by a tractor trailer making a delivery Thursday night. Peter Duhamel, 56, of Bridgewater was run over shortly after 8 p.m. Thursday at the UPS lot on Oak Hill Way and taken to Boston Medical Center with life-threatening injuries. Police were notified today he had died, said police Lt. John Crowley, chief of detectives. The U.S. Occupational Safety & Health Administration along with Brockton Officer Matthew Graham and the state police accident reconstruction team are investigating the death. The accident occurred after the truck driver, Charles Levesque, 49, of Raynham, hit Duhamel while making a turn around a nearby trailer, police said. Crowley said the driver told authorities he had entered the shipping yard after making a pickup in Abington and saw all the shipping bays were filled. He told police he stopped his tractor trailer, used his palm-held computer briefly and then put his tractor in gear to park near a fence. Crowley said the driver proceeded to make a turn around a nearby trailer and felt a bump. “He initially thought he hit the lip of the concrete,” Crowley said. But the driver said he didn't remember there being a concrete lip there in the past, so he stopped and turned so he could see behind him. That is when he saw a man lying on the ground, Crowley said. “He began yelling for help,” Crowley said.