• November 30, 2022

Man Killed in Maxwell House Coffee Truck Accident in Jacksonville, FL

Jacksonville, FL -- November 29, 2022, a man was killed after an accident where a truck hit him at the Maxwell House Coffee facility.

In initial reports, officials say the accident happened at the Maxwell House Coffee facility at 735 East Bay Street at around 11:35 a.m.

Reports say that a man working at the facility was helping to guide a truck that was loading a trailer. At some point during the process, the man became pinned between the truck and the trailer.

Due to this, the man sustained fatal injuries. No other injuries were reported. At this time, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Fatal Truck Accident at Maxwell House in Jacksonville

Man Killed in Maxwell House Coffee Truck Accident in Jacksonville, FL

With a situation like this, folks may be quick to overlook everything as just a work accident for OSHA to look into. An OSHA investigation may be important, but getting a family the answers they need often requires more than that. Have there been accidents like this at this location before? Was there proper supervision during this process? Did the victim have proper safety training? Did the driver work for a separate company? These answers and more could have vastly different consequences for victims and families, which is why professionals independent of official agencies are often necessary. The same could prove true here, as well.


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