Pasadena, TX – 2 Workers Killed Cleaning Chemical Plant
Pasadena, TX (December 28, 2019) On the 28th December, two workers lost their lives while cleaning a chemical plant.
According to reports, the accident happened at around 1:30 a.m. at 5100 Underwood Rd. The two workers were cleaning a chemical tank when they were overcome by fumes. When one of the employees hadn’t returned from the back of an 18-wheeler truck, another employee put on a gas mask and went to check on him. That’s when the employee found the two bodies.
The workplace accident is still under investigation by authorities.
We send our condolences to the deceased workers’ families at this time.
Workplace Accidents in Texas
An average of 12 workers lose their lives every day on the job. Unfortunately, many workers are working in hazardous conditions every day, ultimately risking their health and their lives. When employers allow employees to work in hazardous environments without ensuring their safety, they are liable to be sued for negligence.
At The Benton Law Firm, our Texas attorneys specialize in workplace accidents and have helped families prove negligence against employers after losing loved ones at work. We have helped numerous families win their wrongful death lawsuits and receive income to cover medical bills, funeral costs, and much more. If you lost a loved one in a workplace accident and would like a free consultation, call us today at (214) 219-4878.
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