• September 08, 2023

Joseph Vincent Taylor Killed in Work Accident in Cuero, TX

Cuero, TX — December 26, 2022, Joseph Vincent Taylor was killed as the result of a work accident that happened around 1:46 p.m. along Highway 72.

Authorities with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration released information about the accident in an investigation summary. The company listed in the summary is Arndt Construction, and the site address was 5145 Highway 72, which is in the area of the intersection with County Road 121.

Joseph Vincent Taylor Killed in Work Accident in Cuero, TX

According to OSHA, 51-year-old Joseph Vincent Taylor was working on a two-car garage and was asked to retrieve something. It appears that in doing so, Taylor fell from a ladder that toppled over, landing on concrete.

As a result of the fall, Taylor sustained fatal injuries. There were no other reported injuries. Factors surrounding the accident aren't clear at this time, but the OSHA summary lists four "serious" citations and one labeled as "other." There is also a listed recommended penalty for $8,706. No further information can be confirmed.


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