Man Dies at Nestle Frozen Foods Plant

Full story: WLTX Columbia 30
A maintenance mechanic working on a crane in the freezer tower of the Nestle food plant in Gaffney has died in an accident at the plant. Full Story
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Lola from NC

Lexington, NC

#22 Aug 1, 2007
Yep Its me wrote:
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Why are you on here looking anyway.. shouldnt you be at the funeral. I hate when ppl are like.. "Oh feel bad for me b/c someone i knew died".. pathetic.
You truly are an ass. Topix doesn't like it when I add hole.
Cindy

United States

#23 Aug 5, 2007
Our thoughts and prayers continue to
be with the family, friends, and co-workers of Mr. Redmon. It was a terrible accident here in our county.
Are you ready if the Lord should come for you today? I hope so.
MISSY RIVES

Virginia, IL

#24 Aug 10, 2007
I HAVE THE DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO THE FAMILY OF THE NESTLE WORKER. MY HUSBAND DIED JULY 1ST,AT THE NESTLE PLANT IN ILLINOIS.I'M SHOCKED AT THE HORRIBLE COMMENTS MADE BY PEOPLE WHO DID NOT EVEN KNOW HIM.TO THE FAMILY: PLEASE DISMISS COMPLETE IGNORANCE BY PEOPLE WHO AREN'T SUFFERING YOUR LOSS.
jobhunter

United States

#25 Sep 9, 2010
I just applied to work there. Hmmm might reconsider going if they call. I have a wife who is expecting and not enough income. That's why people work dangerous jobs in bad situations. Watch your loved ones go without enough food or gas to go anywhere but work and home. Then give lecturing points to suffering families who's loved one gave all to support a home. You people are a piece of work. Your uncle worked worked to support his family, REAL WORK, the kind office staff just don't understand. It's easy for those not in the situation to not care. I hope they all end up there themselves or their precious cooshy jobs vanish. Then they'll want the workers to support their sorry a--'s on welfare.
Youxia

Kansas City, MO

#26 Sep 10, 2010
For Real wrote:
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So does this mean you will never drive again because people die on our highways everyday.A tragedy is a tradgedy and people like you who feel it necesaary to express their ignornace really sickens my soul. A man died trying to do his job and you have to make stupid A$% comments as so. Grow up!
you must work there.
Youxia

Kansas City, MO

#27 Sep 10, 2010
MISSY RIVES wrote:
I HAVE THE DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO THE FAMILY OF THE NESTLE WORKER. MY HUSBAND DIED JULY 1ST,AT THE NESTLE PLANT IN ILLINOIS.I'M SHOCKED AT THE HORRIBLE COMMENTS MADE BY PEOPLE WHO DID NOT EVEN KNOW HIM.TO THE FAMILY: PLEASE DISMISS COMPLETE IGNORANCE BY PEOPLE WHO AREN'T SUFFERING YOUR LOSS.
OMG. At least I care. You are going to be ok.
Youxia

Kansas City, MO

#28 Sep 10, 2010
Youxia wrote:
<quoted text> you must work there.
To understand I mean. Roads are a lot safer.
john

Charleston, AR

#29 Mar 30, 2011
I work for nestle in arkansas and I can tell you there standard operating procedure is to keep you in fear of your job.If they can find a reason to fire you they will.We have had three people fired this week for minor infractions.We had one gentleman that fell and they disabled his time card and told him he was unsafe and he would not be allowed back in the plant.this company is evil
Phillippa Jefferies

Greenville, SC

#30 Mar 1, 2012
I worked for the Nestle Plant where Mr. REDMOND was killed and had just left work hours before the accident. It was sad,heartbreaking because it was his birthday,he was retiring,they were to have him a party @ work that same morning and it is so because he didn't get to eat a piece of cake before his tragic death. WELL on Dec.8th,I suffered my own loss when my left hand was pulled into a conveyor belt @ the same plant. It is awful the way the company handled the situation and on top of that,they didn't want to pay. I am left disabled@ 36 yes old. All they care about is the $ and the numbers of packages produced,not about their employees and families.
Phillippa Jefferies

Greenville, SC

#31 Mar 1, 2012
The company is evil,dirty and have no respect of person. Take a chance with Nestle if u want,just think about your families before you do. The place is dangerous.

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