Feds: Lack of procedure led to mine worker's death
A federal agency says the root cause of a southwestern Indiana mine accident that led to an Illinois man's death was a lack of procedures to prevent worker injury.
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#1 Jan 8, 2013
i must be missing something.this is heavy construction.a broken bone is very common.are the doctors or hospital not neglegent. the guy died from a blood cloot.he did not die from a fracture.why hold frontier-kemper responsible.
#2 Jan 9, 2013
If the clot was formed bec of the injury wouldnt the company be liable? Not like irs gonna break the deep pockets of a mine owner.
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