Franklin County, PA — On November 29, 2018, an industrial accident at a Chambersburg warehouse took the life of 64-year-old Mercersburg man Glenn Shelly.
Emergency responders arrived at the scene on the 900 block of Kriner Road shortly after 2:50 a.m. At a warehouse for Franklin Storage LP, they found Mr. Shelly pinned under a stack of plywood that weighed an estimated 1,800 pounds.
Shelly was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police determined that no crime seemed to have been committed and turned over further investigation of the workplace accident to OSHA.
Franklin Storage LP reportedly has prior OSHA citations dating back to 2013. OSHA noted the company had some forklift violations, including transportation of unauthorized riders and failure to certify operators.
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