• February 13, 2017

Rafael Escobar Killed in Magnolia, TX, Electrocution Accident

Magnolia, TX -- OSHA reports that Rafael Escobar suffered fatal injuries while on the job as the result of an accident where he was electrocuted.

Investigating officials reported that the fatal incident occurred in the area of the Walnut Creek Road bridge. Escobar was doing contract work for MP NEXlevel of Texas, LLC.

The report indicates that while Escobar was installing cable, he somehow came in contact with a power line and was fatally electrocuted.

At this time, OSHA has not released any additional details, nor have any news outlets.

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It really is a shame to see these work accidents with no real information reported. News reports tend to be reporting hundreds of car and truck accidents, but there are just as many work accidents like this one that get left untouched.

Whenever someone is hurt or killed on the job, a thorough, independent investigation needs to be done. As we see here, news outlets and even OSHA are hardly reliable. Without knowing all of the details surrounding the accident, victims and their families won't be able to find justice for their pains. A private investigation will ensure all missing details are brought to light and those affected by the accident make the next steps forward having all of the information at their disposal.

--Grossman Law Offices


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