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Victims Killed in Gainesville Explosion Accident Identified

After two days of uncertainty over the number of people killed and injured at the Gainesville explosion accident at the Prime Pak Foods poultry plant in Georgia, officials have announced the names of six individuals who lost their lives: Jose DeJesus Elias-Cabrera, 45, of Gainesville Corey Alan Murphy, 35, of Clermont Nelly Perez-Rafael, 28, of Gainesville Saulo Suarez-Bernal, 41, of Dawsonville Victor Vellez, 38, of Gainesville Edgar Vera-Garcia, 28, of Gainesville The investigation into the cause of the Gainesville explosion…

Multiple People Killed and Injured at Gainesville Poultry Plant Industrial Accident: Prime Pak Foods Previously Cited for Serious OSHA Violations

Panic, confusion, and death were the order of a dreadful day in the aftermath of the Gainesville poultry plant industrial accident. After a catastrophic Prime Pak Foods liquid nitrogen rupture, that went off with all the apparent power of an explosion, at least five people were dead inside the Gainesville poultry plant and one other employee of the company died a short time later in the emergency room. In addition to the deceased worker, yet to be tallied fully number…

Apartment Building and Brewery Devastated in Chester County, Pennsylvania Explosion

A Pennsylvania explosion ripped through a Chester County apartment building and brewery taproom located in Kennett Square. The Magnolia Place Apartments and Victory Brewing Company Taproom were left in unstable condition following the Monday evening blast that resulted in a three-alarm fire. The brewery taproom is located in the first floor of the building, the apartments above. As of Thursday morning, investigators were unsure of the underlying cause of the Pennsylvania explosion accident. In the direct aftermath of the accident,…

Catastrophic Prime Pak Foods Explosion Accident Kills Six Workers, Others Rushed to Hospitals

Five people were killed at the scene of a massive Prime Pak Foods explosion accident on Thursday, January 28, 2021. At least 10 workers had been dispatched to area hospitals by mid-afternoon, one of these employees dying upon admission to a medical center for emergency treatment. A total of over 130 people were evacuated in and around the Prime Pak Foods facility, a Georgia food processing plant. As of mid-afternoon on Thursday, it is unclear how many people were within…

Deadly Prime Pak Foods Industrial Accident Leaves Multiple People Dead, Many More Injured

What initially was reported as a tragic explosion is now more specifically described as a catastrophic Prime Pak Foods industrial accident. Multiple people are reported dead, many others have been injured – some seriously so. A number of state and federal investigatory and regulatory agencies have been called to the scene of the Prime Pak Foods industrial accident in Gainesville, Georgia as of Thursday evening. These include the Georgia Fire Marshal and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). The…

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