Wrongful Fatalities, Failed Worker Protections

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In both cases - " the five fatalities in a Washington oil refinery on April 2 and the 29 deaths in a West Virginia coal mine the following Monday - " news reports described the explosions that killed workers as industrial "accidents." When an explosion occurs at a refinery or mine that has been repeatedly fined for heath and safety violations, one ...

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#1 Apr 11, 2010

Related Topix: Explosion, Galveston Metro, Texas City, TX, Mining

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