Death in tuna cooker: Former factory worker speculates on 'bad mistake'
A former employee of the Bumble Bee seafood processing plant where an employee died last week in a cooker said Monday that only "a bad mistake" could have caused the fatal accident.
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#1 Oct 17, 2012
Hmmmm, several possibilities here.
1) He knew too much and had to go.
2) Tuna got too expensive, and they needed a substitute. Didn't work out though.
3) He fell asleep in there.
4) He forgot to tip El Hefe last week.
5) This is what happens when you get a bad work review with your Bumble Bee supervisor. It was easier than telling him he was going to be laid off.
6) The broomstick holding down the safety over-ride just fell off.
7) Have to make sure that the ovens can't be opened from the inside. Wouldn't want any tuna escaping.
8)You know what happens to you when you want to vote "D" and it's against corporate policy. Let this be a warning to everyone.
Could be any of these. all I can say for sure is if he were working at a chicken factory, then I'd suspect fowl play.
#2 Oct 17, 2012
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