OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – According to News on 6, officials have released the name of the man who died after falling into a silo at T.J. Campbell Construction Tuesday. Robert Sweeney, 18, was cleaning the asphalt silo when he slipped and fell 25 ft into the silo. Inside the silo, temperatures can exceed 300 degrees. […]Read More
MINCO, OK – A man died in an explosion caused by a welding accident at Firestone Trucking Wednesday, News on 6 reports. According to Grady County Emergency Management, a welder was working on a tanker truck when the explosion occurred. The welder died instantly. The explosion shook the nearby community to such an extent that […]Read More
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – A line worker suffered severe electrocution after an electrical shock while working on powerlines Monday afternoon. OKCFOX reported the worker was from Iowa and working with MidAmerican Energy Company. The incident occurred near the intersection of 21st Street and Ross Avenue. No further information is known about the line worker’s condition […]Read More
TULSA, OK – A worker was injured after being electrocuted Saturday at the airport in Tulsa, according to News on 6. The accident was reported just before 3 p.m., and according to the Tulsa Fire Department, occurred while a man was working on the roof at Jones Airport. The victim, who has not been publicly […]Read More
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – A man had to be rescued from a conveyor belt Monday morning at Jasco Products Company located near Santa Fe Avenue and East Memorial Road, according to News9. Emergency services were called to free the man from the machinery. The man was taken to the hospital. There is no further information […]Read More
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK. – A worker was injured in an industrial accident on Monday morning in Oklahoma City. According to News 9, the accident occurred at North Santa Fe Avenue and East Memorial Road at the Jasco Products Company. The victim was reportedly injured in a conveyor belt accident and needed to be extracted from […]Read More
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