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WORKPLACE FATALITIES

11/4/2016 TX: Allan Wilfredo Ramirez asphyxiated while cleaning chemical tank trailer.

11/4/2016 CA: Carlos Zamorra killed in fall from ladder.

11/8/2016 IL: Rob Zulauf killed and another worker injured when bucket truck contacted power lines.

11/11/2016 FL: Gilmer Estabon killed in fall from ladder through window.

11/17/2016 KS: Gary Buskirk fatally crushed in plastic bottle molding machine.

11/17/2016 IL: Arturo Silva killed and another worker hospitalized after gas explosion.

11/22/2016 NY: Elisandro Ramos and George Smith struck and killed by beam that broke free of crane.

11/23/2016 VA: Robert C. Dameron killed after falling into pulping machine.

12/5/2016 WV: John Edward Guillory killed in fall from billboard.

12/5/2016 TX: Rafael Escobar electrocuted by power line while installing cable.

12/15/2016 MO: David Meyer killed in trench collapse.

12/16/2016 NE: Mike Robertson killed and another worker hospitalized from exposure to chemical fumes.

12/19/2016 TX: Gilbert Villanueva killed and another worker hospitalized in fall from scaffold.

12/19/2016 FL: Peter Kubeck drowned when front end loader toppled over into canal.

12/27/2016 AR: Mike McKee killed by injuries sustained in mixing machine.

12/28/2016 GA: Tommy Solomon electrocuted after falling from tree onto power lines.

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.

More than 4,500 workers die on the job each year. OSHA's mission is to prevent workplace deaths, injuries and illnesses.

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