• March 30, 2023

Craig Adams Killed in Work Accident in San Perlita, TX

San Perlita, TX — August 22, 2022, Craig Adams sustained fatal injuries as the result of an accident while on the job which took place along FM 3142.

Preliminary details provided in a public investigation summary from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration say that the incident happened at around 7:!5 p.m. at 25498 FM 3142. The area appears to be a wind farm, and the company identified by OSHA in their report is Sloan Energy Services.

Craig Adams Killed in Work Accident in San Perlita, TX

Currently, information suggests that 49-year-old Craig Adams was working to secure a load on his truck. For reasons unclear, it appears Adams fell and hit his head. This apparently resulted in Adams suffering seizures, and he ultimately passed away.

OSHA did not give additional details about the accident itself. There were no alleged violations listed in their statements, nor are there any apparent fines or penalties in those reports. Whether or not there were witnesses is not clear at this time, and details about medical response following the accident are also unspecified currently. No further information can be confirmed right now.


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