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1/2/2017 MN: Kelly Hoban died in fall inside grain tank.
1/4/2017 ND: Christopher Oakland died in oil field explosion/fire.
1/5/2017 GA: Joshua Price died in trench collapse.
1/11/2017 OK: Brian Anderson died after being struck by forklift.
1/12/2017 FL: Robin Mendoza drowned while performing commercial diving work.
1/15/2017 WA: Amy Hooser died from smoke inhalation.
1/16/2017 FL: Elway Gray, Louis O'Keefe and Robert Wilson died from exposure to fumes inside storm drain.
1/21/2017 TX: Roper Copelin died and another worker was hospitalized from arc flash in electrical room.
1/24/2017 MA: Alphonse Ferent fatally crushed beneath pallet jack.
1/25/2017 NY: John Joseph Higgins died after being engulfed by fertilizer.
1/29/2017 TX: Rogelio Martinez died in fall while washing windows.
2/3/2017 IL: Donald J. Tentler fatally crushed between aerial lift and tower.
2/3/2017 AL: Gary Plunkett died from exposure to gas in sewer line.
2/8/2017 FL: Oscar Cabrera died and another worker was hospitalized after train struck aerial lift.
2/8/2017 LA: Jody Gooch, William Rolls and Sedrick Stallworth died after pressurized tank exploded.
2/10/2017 MS: Chengnen Sun and Willie Pleas drowned in lake while fishing.
More than 4,500 workers die on the job each year. OSHA's mission is to prevent workplace deaths, injuries and illnesses.