And the oil field deaths keep coming.
The latest took place in Reagan County, Texas, last Friday. The victim this time was Chase Dillon, a 21-year-old San Angelo, Texas, resident who was working for Robinson Drilling of Texas Ltd., according to the San Angelo Standard-Times.
The county sheriff wasn’t offering any information about Dillon’s death. He would not comment on Dillon’s cause of death, or even if he died from injuries sustained at an oil rig, the Standard-Times reported.
Dillon’s demise is being investigated by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), which is also is mum about the death.
In June last year, a local CBS affiliate did a report that said that an area family wanted one of Robinson’s oil rigs closed when there were three deaths there in just one year, according to the Standard-Times.
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