Worker Killed at Southern Investments Recycling Facility in Reidsville, North Carolina

An employee of Southern Investments in Reidsville, North Carolina was killed on Friday when he apparently became tangled in machinery.  According to reports, the facility is primarily a plastics recycling plant and the man was caught in machinery deisgned to separate bundles of plastics.  The North Carolina Department of Labor has been asked to investigate the accident.

This is obviously a terrible accident but it poses some questions about the safety of the equipment that was involved in this accident.  Were there appropriate safeguards on the equipment to prevent this injury?  Were there appropriate warnings on the equipment?  Hopefully, the North Carolina Department of Labor will be able to determine the cause of this accident.

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