With killer tornados just a few miles away several employees at morganfoods were told to keep working away on running cookers and packing off product from them. Of course there's a big financial loss to the company if they can't get product out of their cookers. Many workers in less serious areas got to go to shelter. How can they be allowed to do this? It's apparent the product in the cookers is worth more to John Morgan than the people working there.
These cookers stand several feet in the air and many are against external walls. The pack out area the product goes to has external walls around it. What are they thinking?? There should be a law protecting workers against the greed of operating under these dangerous conditions.