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The man died after the incident in Fryatt St, about 4.15pm.
Yesterday, a witness said he had just parked in the street and gone into a building when the incident happened.
He did not see the man get hit, but saw the truck reversing, and thought nothing of it.
A moment later he heard yelling, including someone asking whether anyone knew CPR, and went outside to see a man using a defibrillator, trying to resuscitate a man on the ground.
The man on the ground was wearing a hard hat and a high-visibility vest.
The witness said the driver of the truck, which had a Hiab on the back, was loading nets on to the truck, then backing up at crawling pace across a fuel stop towards the wharf.
The truck had a reversing beacon.
He knew the driver and it hit home hard when something like that happened, the witness said.
Police and WorkSafe investigations into the incident are under way.
A person who answered the phone at Fairfield Transport, which owns the truck involved, said the company had no comment.