U.S. Steel appeals penalties in Clairton Coke Works blast
U.S. Steel Corp. has appealed a citation and $143,500 fine it received for alleged safety violations in connection with a July 14, 2010, explosion that injured 20 people at its Clairton Coke Works "B" battery, the government's workplace safety agency said yesterday.
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#1 Feb 8, 2011
There they go again.....always poor-mouthin' and whining about "hardships" -- as if they don't CAUSE any
#2 Feb 8, 2011
This appeal is particularly in bad taste. Everyone already knows they've budgeted for things like this already. They consider it "part of the job" and have factored it in as part of their cost of doing business.
Their business is MURDER and business is booming.
BOOM!!! BOOM!!! KA -- BOOM !!!
#3 Feb 8, 2011
The penalty for murder is death or life in prison for an individual.....a corporation that survives on government life support gets a parking ticket.
So much for JUSTICE. It's more important for those shithole bums to be able to "live some place nice" and get drunk. After all...those shithole bums have union cards!
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