OSHA investigating after falling pipes kills worker at Chester County industrial plant

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OSHA investigating after falling pipes kills worker at Chester County industrial plant

South Carolina workplace officials are investigating after a man died while working at an industrial plant in Chester County. Terry Eugene Adams, 55, of Lancaster was killed Saturday after pipes fell on him, according to the Chester County Coroner’s Office . The coroner and Chester County Sheriff’s Office deputies were called to the Circle S Ranch Feed Mill on Morrison Road near Interstate 77 after Adams was killed, a sheriff’s office incident report stated. Adams was working for a construction subcontractor, according to the sheriff incident report. Officials contacted the South Carolina office of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration about the workplace fatality. All work fatalities must be reported to OSHA and the Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation under state law. OSHA spokesperson Lesia Kudelka said an investigation is ongoing. Investigations can take as long as eight weeks, Kudelka said.

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