• May 18, 2017

Vernon Holland Killed Due to Searcy, AR, Industrial Accident

Searcy, AR -- May 17, 2017, Vernon Holland died from fatal injuries sustained following an accident where he was caught in an industrial machine.

Authorities reported the death happened due to an industrial accident which occurred in November 2016 at the Bryce Corporation plant located off of Benton Avenue and East Park Avenue.

Bryce Corporation appears to work in printing, but it's unclear exactly with what type of machinery Holland was working at the time of the accident. Officials reported that the machine experienced a jam of some sort. While the machine was switched off, Holland entered the machinery to try and clear the jam. As he did so, the machinery somehow powered on, critically injuring Holland.

Holland was hospitalized and underwent treatment for his injuries for several months. Due to numerous complications, he succumbed to his injuries on Wednesday, May 17 at the hospital.

Authorities have not released any additional information about the accident, and it's unclear if the company is facing any sort of sanctions. No additional details are currently available.

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