Laurie McPherson found this. The link to it is below, but the photographer wasn't credited.
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Sunday, March 24, 2019
I don't know how set up it was, or how somewhat-candid, but in a dark and tense scene, portraying a dangerous construction area, it helps show that, and there's a bit of color in an otherwise way-dark scene.
Very often in cinema a wheelbarrow is used to represent lots of work, or quickly abandoned work, or to-be-continued work.
Probably in real-life, too. :-)