• May 09, 2023

Jaime Moncayo Killed in Work Accident off Mountain Creek Pkwy. in Dallas, TX

Dallas, TX — August 30, 2021, Jaime Moncayo was fatally injured due to a work accident that happened at 3:00 p.m. off Mountain Creek Parkway.

Preliminary details about the incident were released by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Their incident summary shows the location of the incident to be 4685 Mountain Creek Parkway, which an online listing shows as the address for Indorama Ventures Sustainable Recycling, LLC. The OSHA summary also lists Indorama Ventures Sustainable Recycling as the subject of their investigations.

Jaime Moncayo Killed in Work Accident off Mountain Creek Pkwy. in Dallas, TX

Authorities said in reports that 33-year-old Jaime Moncayo was working to unjam "product" from an auger. While doing so, it appears Moncayo was somehow caught in the machinery. This ultimately led to fatal injuries, officials said.

The OSHA report shows there were allegedly three violations found, all of which were categorized as "serious." A recommended penalty of $20,000 was listed in the report, as well. Right now, additional details cannot be confirmed.



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