• March 29, 2023

Oscar Vazquez Vallejo Killed in Work Fall Accident in Ozona, TX

Ozona, TX — January 9, 2022, Oscar Vazquez Vallejo was killed as the result of a work accident where he fell from a scaffold at a site off Avenue E.

Preliminary details about the accident say that it happened at around 5:45 p.m. at 605 Avenue E. This appears to be the address for Ozona High School, just off 8th Street.

Oscar Vazquez Vallejo Killed in Work Fall Accident in Ozona, TX

According to OSHA investigators, 33-year-old Oscar Vazquez Vallejo was on a scaffold attempting to hoist bricks. Somehow, Vazquez Vallejo fell and became trapped beneath rubble. Due to this, Vallejo sustained fatal injuries.

The company mentioned by OSHA officials in their online statements was Lonestar Industries, LLC. There was one alleged rule violation mentioned in the reports and a potential penalty listed at $9,000. It's unclear what details have been confirmed since the report was filled out. No further information can be confirmed at this time.


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