• May 10, 2023

Angel Guzman Salgado Killed in Work Accident in The Woodlands, TX

The Woodlands, TX — October 20, 2022, Angel Guzman Salgado was fatally injured following a work accident at around 11:40 a.m. along Woodland Field Crossing.

Authorities with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration reported that the fatal incident happened at 1840 Woodland Field Crossing, just off Sawdust Road.

Angel Guzman Salgado Killed in Work Accident in The Woodlands, TX

It appears in the OSHA reports that 28-year-old Angel Salgado was working on an All-Around Underground, LLC. project. Officials say that Salgado in an excavation site cleaning a pipe. Somehow, the excavation wall apparently caved in, trapping Salgado underneath. Salgado ultimately succumbed to fatal injuries as a result of the collapse. No others were said to be injured in the OSHA investigation report.

The OSHA statements listed two alleged violations. One was labeled as "repeat". The recommended penalty listed in the reports is $49,111. It appears the case status is still deemed to be "open." Additional details from OSHA officials are unclear at this time.


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