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Obama calls for offshore drilling in Southeast

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Firm identifies worker in Texas industrial death
 

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — A North Texas environmental company has identified a worker killed in an industrial accident at a water reclamation site.

A spokesman for Liquid Environmental Solutions on Sunday said the investigation continues into the death of 54-year-old Curtis Anderson of Grapevine. Dana King says the service technician died Friday.

The Fort Worth Water Department say the accident happened at the Village Creek Water Reclamation Facility while the worker was delivering a load of liquid food waste. Other workers at the unit discovered the victim.

The treatment plant wasn't damaged in the incident. Further details on how Anderson died have not been released. King says the company continues working with authorities to understand the cause of the accident.

Anderson had been with Liquid Environmental Solutions for three years.

 

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