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4,585 workers died on the job in 2013

6/1/2015 CA: Soledad Villanueva killed in fall from tractor.

6/4/2015 LA: Demarcus Hall electrocuted after contacting utility line.

6/9/2015 MO: Delfino Ramirez killed in fall from roof.

6/11/2015 KY: Jonathan Moore killed in trench collapse.

6/18/2015 VA: Michael Buracker died from heat stress after trimming trees.

6/19/2015 TX: Paris Mendosa crushed by vehicle when jack stands failed.

6/19/2015 IA: Javier Hernandez-Reyna and Alfredo Juarez-Barroso killed in fall from scaffolding.

6/24/2015 AL: Alan Brown struck and killed by forklift.

6/11/2015 IA: Albert Davis killed after being struck by nail gun.

6/20/2015 TX: John Marcos Castaneda killed when excavation collapsed.

7/8/2015 CO: Matthew Duran fatally crushed by backhoe in excavation.

7/9/2015 KY: Tony Craig electrocuted by power line while trimming tree.

7/17/2015 CA: Bernardo Junior Morales killed in fall from oil derrick platform.

7/17/2015 IL: Daniel Blatz fatally crushed by forklift.

7/18/2015 CA: Irma Pascual Cruz died from overexposure to heat in grape field.

7/21/2015 KY: Zachary A. Adams struck and killed by felled tree.

"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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