Occupational Safety and Health Administration
An explosion and subsequent massive fire at a chemical plant in Garland sent workers scrambling and businesses nearby into a panic.
Just hours after a fire broke out at a Garland chemical plant, federal and state investigators started looking to see if there were any violations at the facility that contributed to the explosion and fire.
Fifty-year-old Terry Weaver, of Grand Saline, labored five days a week as an ironworker, then spent his weekends working on cranes.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited a Carrollton company for 15 safety and health violations — two considered willful and 13 others deemed serious.
Earl Sipp of Mississippi was about to pass on the family trucking business to his son, Aaron.
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