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4,585 workers died on the job in 2013

2/3/2015 TX: Worker crushed beneath trailer when repairing breaks.

2/6/2015 AL: Two workers killed in explosion at pyrotechnic plant.

2/8/2015 KY: Worker electrocuted when boom of oil well service rig contacted power line.

2/16/2015 GA: Worker fatally engulfed in gravel silo during cleaning operations.

2/20/2015 OK: Worker killed in tank explosion.

2/22/2015 MA: Worker on snow-covered roof killed in fall through skylight.

3/04/2015 CA: Worker died after being pulled into seeder/spreader.

3/5/2015 TX: Worker died after being overcome by paint fumes.

3/10/2015 TX: Three workers killed in oil well explosion.

3/12/2015 DE: Worker trimming trees killed in fall from ladder.

3/13/2015 WV: Worker killed in fall through skylight.

3/23/2015 NC: Two workers killed in fall from scaffold platform.

3/28/2015 KS: Worker cleaning silo fatally engulfed in cement.

3/28/2015 TX: Worker killed in fall from cellular tower.

"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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