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4,821 workers died on the job in 2014

7/2/2016 TN: Juan Manual Trejo killed in fall down stairwell.

7/5/2016 IL: Leo Micheletto fatally crushed by trailer that fell from lift.

7/14/2016 CA: Kevin C. Cartela struck and killed by barrel.

7/14/2016 OK: Randall Colbert killed in excavation collapse.

7/20/2016 VA: Timothy Lee Chittum Sr. and Jr. electrocuted when aluminum ladder contacted power line.

7/23/2016 MS: Roderick Williams killed in fall through skylight.

8/2/2016 TX: Jose Mendoza died from heat stroke while prepping cars for paint.

8/5/2016 GA: James (Kip) Evans struck and killed by saw while cutting pipe

8/8/2016 AZ: Juan Pablo Garcia Lopez and William David Tryon suffocated inside underground storage tank.

8/12/2016 VA: William Christopher Scheier killed after becoming caught in shearing machine.

8/14/2016 CA: Henry Wimbley died onboard vessel from smoke inhalation during fire.

8/15/2016 NJ: Jorge Gomez fatally crushed by freight container.

8/22/2016 TX: 8/22/2016 TX: Jerid Peterson electrocuted after making contact with live wire while working on electric pole.

8/25/2016 MI: Gerrit Blok killed in fall from ladder.

8/31/2016 TX: José Sepeda and Alfredo Valez struck and killed by falling block on drilling rig.

9/1/2016 WI: Dennis L. Marschall asphyxiated from exposure to chlorine gas.

9/3/2016 TX: Delores Young died from strangulation when lanyard got stuck in conveyor belt.

9/6/2016 GA: William Davis killed in fall down manhole.

9/8/2016 CA: Cesar Meza died after falling from bench and striking head.

"No one should have to sacrifice their life for their livelihood, because a nation built on the dignity of work must provide safe working conditions for its people."
Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez



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