• May 11, 2023

Jose Ramirez Killed in Work Fall Accident in Houston, TX

Houston, TX — January 22, 2023, Jose Ramirez was fatally injured due to a work accident that happened at a location along Industrial Road.

Authorities with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration released details about the accident in a public Inspection Detail. Their details say that the employer subject to their investigations was Port Personnel Services, and the location of the incident was reportedly 13605 Industrial Road. This appears to be the address for Womble Company, Inc.

Jose Ramirez Killed in Work Fall Accident in Houston, TX

Right now, the exact details surrounding the fatal work accident are unavailable. Details right now say only that 38-year-old Jose Ramirez was at an elevated position on a "powder coating booth." Somehow, Ramirez fell from the top of that booth. This resulted in Ramirez sustained fatal injuries.

Right now, the OSHA report status is listed as "closed." Their reports did not list any alleged rule violations, and there no sign publicly apparent that a penalty was issued or suggested. No further information about the fatal work accident is available at this time.


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