Deadly Fall at Brownfield Gin Kills One, Injures Two - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

11/8/07

Deadly Fall at Brownfield Gin Kills One, Injures Two

An employee at the West Gin in Brownfield fell to his death, after the scaffolding collapsed beneath him.

According to gin officials, Rene Nunez, 23, was among three people injured Tuesday evening. A 70 year-old man, and a 22 year-old man are hospitalized in fair condition.

OSHA is now investigating the accident.

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