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Versalift Plant Accident Tragically Kills Waco, Texas Worker


A tragic accident at a Waco, Texas  aerial lift plant claimed the life of a worker yesterday morning.

Versalift Employee was Working on Heavy Equipment

The Waco Police Department received reports of an industrial accident at the Versalift Southwest plant, located at 1200 Texas Central Parkway, around 9:00 a.m. on May 4th. According to local media reports, the incident occurred as several people inside the facility were working on heavy equipment.

An unidentified Versalift employee was taken to a local hospital, but was pronounced dead upon arrival.

OSHA Investigating Fatal Versalift Plant Accident

So far, it’s not clear exactly what caused Monday’s fatal accident. The Waco police and the U.S. Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) are investigating the worker’s death.

Versalift Southwest, a subsidiary of Time Manufacturing, employs 526 workers at two facilities in the Waco area. The company sells, distributes and services aerial lifts, digger derricks, cable placers and other equipment used in telephone and power line maintenance in the states of Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana.

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