Improper procedures result in gas explosion in Knoxville Arkansas
Posted on Jan 25, 2014
KNOXVILLE, Arkansas - A build-up of methane gas is believed to be behind an explosion Friday that killed thirty-three year old Daniel Rice of Clarksville, Arkansas when a tank he was working on exploded at 7:30 a.m. Friday. The explosion occurred at Quick Transports Inc. Employers are responsible for maintaining a safe workplace and proper safety precautions are necessary that prevent such incidents. It is believed Quick transports failed to have proper safety training and procedures in use at the time.
For more information on needless gas explosions in the workplace, contact The Girards Law Firm, a Texas-Arkansas-Oklahoma law firm, at 888-333-9709.