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“We can confirm that OSHA has started an investigation,” said Jose Carnevali, a spokesman for the U.

Theresa O’Hare raged last December at the owner of the Blue Springs plumbing company that employed her son, “D.

J.” Relatives held her back from Arrow Plumbing LLC.

owner Ricky Smith as firefighters worked for hours to retrieve the body of 33-year-old Donald J.

Arrow’s penalty is the second-largest meted out nationwide by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration so far this year against a single employer for allegedly violating workplace safety rules.

Plumbing contractors often cut corners while working underground, he said.

“It’s an epidemic.” Trench-shoring enforcement has been one of OSHA’s top 10 areas of emphasis for three decades, far longer than any other workplace hazard. The agency said 23 people died and 12 were injured nationwide in trenches in 2016.

Harold Foote, 58, was working to put in a drain pipe on Franklin Road near Joplin Road when dirt collapsed on him, burying him up to his mid-chest, Canyon County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Marv Dashiell said Monday. Ryan Hood said Sunday the man was unresponsive when first responders pulled him from the 8-foot trench.

Bystanders and emergency workers dug him out, but he reportedly suffered cardiac arrest and was taken to a local hospital, where he was declared dead, Dashiell said. First responders with the Star Fire District on Saturday rescued an unresponsive man from a construction trench after it partially collapsed, according to SFD Captain Ryan Hood.

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Arrow’s penalty is the second-largest meted out nationwide by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration so far this year against a single employer for allegedly violating workplace safety rules.

Plumbing contractors often cut corners while working underground, he said.

“It’s an epidemic.” Trench-shoring enforcement has been one of OSHA’s top 10 areas of emphasis for three decades, far longer than any other workplace hazard. The agency said 23 people died and 12 were injured nationwide in trenches in 2016.

Harold Foote, 58, was working to put in a drain pipe on Franklin Road near Joplin Road when dirt collapsed on him, burying him up to his mid-chest, Canyon County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Marv Dashiell said Monday. Ryan Hood said Sunday the man was unresponsive when first responders pulled him from the 8-foot trench.

Bystanders and emergency workers dug him out, but he reportedly suffered cardiac arrest and was taken to a local hospital, where he was declared dead, Dashiell said. First responders with the Star Fire District on Saturday rescued an unresponsive man from a construction trench after it partially collapsed, according to SFD Captain Ryan Hood.

The only one larger, $1.47 million, was levied against a company in Massachusetts where two employees died, also in an unshored trench.

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Arrow’s penalty is the second-largest meted out nationwide by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration so far this year against a single employer for allegedly violating workplace safety rules.Plumbing contractors often cut corners while working underground, he said.“It’s an epidemic.” Trench-shoring enforcement has been one of OSHA’s top 10 areas of emphasis for three decades, far longer than any other workplace hazard. The agency said 23 people died and 12 were injured nationwide in trenches in 2016.Harold Foote, 58, was working to put in a drain pipe on Franklin Road near Joplin Road when dirt collapsed on him, burying him up to his mid-chest, Canyon County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Marv Dashiell said Monday. Ryan Hood said Sunday the man was unresponsive when first responders pulled him from the 8-foot trench.Bystanders and emergency workers dug him out, but he reportedly suffered cardiac arrest and was taken to a local hospital, where he was declared dead, Dashiell said. First responders with the Star Fire District on Saturday rescued an unresponsive man from a construction trench after it partially collapsed, according to SFD Captain Ryan Hood.The only one larger, $1.47 million, was levied against a company in Massachusetts where two employees died, also in an unshored trench.

.47 million, was levied against a company in Massachusetts where two employees died, also in an unshored trench.

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