Carbon Monoxide Leak at Lincoln NC Plant Injures Multiple Employees

A serious carbon monoxide situation at a plant in Lincoln County, North Carolina has resulted in at least twenty seven employees being treated for exposure to carbon monoxide.

The RW Garcia Plant reported a leak of carbon monoxide on Monday afternoon and the facility was evacuated.  However, twenty seven employees and one emergency responder were taken to local hospitals for exposure to the toxic gas.

According to reports, Charlotte’s HazMat team is investigating to determine the source of the leak and the plant remains closed.

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If you or a family member has a question about a North Carolina carbon monoxide leak claim, contact the lawyers at Hendren & Malone for a free consultation.  Attorney J. Michael Malone has a Ph.D. in environmental engineering and has represented hundreds of North Carolinians in toxic exposure cases.

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