• March 01, 2017

Thomas Whitehead Killed in Ghent, KY, Forklift Accident

Ghent, KY -- October 27, 2016, Thomas Whitehead was involved in an accident where he was hit by a forklift after which he later died.

Authorities from Occupational Safety and Health Administration report that the accident happened at 6870 Us Highway 42 East, which appears to be a North American Stainless facility. Whitehead is listed as an employee of Resco Products Inc.

The OSHA report states that Whitehead walked into the warehouse and was hit by a forklift. As a result of this, he suffered fatal injuries and eventually died.

At this time, the exact cause of the accident is unclear. It's also unclear if the driver of the forklift was a co-worker or not. Investigations are still ongoing.

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