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  • Blue Rhino workers at fault in blast? OSHA probe shows otherwise

    Blue Rhino workers at fault in blast? OSHA probe shows otherwise
    The Occupational Safety and Health Administration cited Blue Rhino for violating 26 safety violations, some serious, in the wake of the fiery explosion on July 29 that severely burned five workers and left one in a coma for a month. It levied a fine of...
  • Investigation to be launched into Ringling Bros. circus accident

    A federal investigation is being launched into a freak accident that took place at a performance on Sunday of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus in Providence, R.I., that resulted in the injury of nine performers. Eight female performers...
  • Investigators looking at carabiner in circus accident that injured 9

    Investigators are focusing on a failed carabiner designed to connect a team of acrobats to the ceiling to explain why a popular circus act abruptly ended with nine people injured in Rhode Island. The inquiry into the accident is being led by the federal...
  • One person killed, one hospitalized after explosion in Corona

    An explosion Tuesday at a tanker truck company in Corona killed a 50-year-old man and sent a second man to the hospital, authorities say. The identity of the dead man has not been released because notification to relatives has not been made. The...
  • Identity of man killed in Corona explosion released

    Riverside County authorities Wednesday identified the man killed in an explosion at a tanker truck company in Corona as Samuel Enciso, 51, of Santa Fe Springs.  Enciso was welding a petroleum tanker truck Tuesday inside National Distribution Services in...
  • Authorities: 5 treated at Northampton recycling plant after foul odor detected

    Authorities: 5 treated at Northampton recycling plant after foul odor detected
    Something nasty dropped into someone's recycling bin likely sickened five people Monday at Greenstar Recycling in Northampton and triggered a massive emergency response. Shortly after 11 a.m., dozens of ambulances and fire vehicles and officials with...
  • Chicago Home Depot cited for OSHA violations

    A Home Depot on North Kimball Avenue in Avondale has been cited for OSHA violations, including lackof training and maintenance for industrial vehicles, and could face a fine of up to $110,700, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. The Occupational...
  • Palos Park native, 25, dies in mall demolition mishap

    Palos Park native, 25, dies in mall demolition mishap
    A demolition crew member who was killed in a Thursday night worksite accident in Vernon Hills has been identified as 25-year-old Patrick O’Reilly, who grew up in southwest suburban Palos Park. O’Reilly, who was a graduate of Stagg High...
  • Worker in fatal construction site accident identified

    Worker in fatal construction site accident identified
    A man working at a construction site on the Northwestern University campus in Evanston who died after he was struck by a beam that fell from six stories up this morning has been identified. The beam was knocked loose by a construction crane and struck...
  • Bostic fine puts the hype in NFL hypocrisy

    Bostic fine puts the hype in NFL hypocrisy
    The NFL’s web site highlighted Jon Bostic’s hit on San Diego wide receiver Mike Willie as “spectacular.’’ Then the NFL fined the Bears rookie $21,000 for the hit. You know, business as usual. The NFL’s web site...
  • Two killed, one critically injured during Port Everglades incident

    Two killed, one critically injured during Port Everglades incident
    The Broward Sheriff's Office is now trying to determine how a four-story-high scissor lift fell onto a concrete dock at Port Everglades on Friday, killing two Broward County public works employees and critically injuring a third. The two employees who...