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Cambria Mill Explosion Claims Third & Fourth Victims

Posted By Arnold & Itkin || 8-Jun-2017

One worker that was hospitalized from injuries sustained from the Cambria mill explosion a week ago has died, the Houston Chronicle reports. Following the explosion, the man was taken to the University of Wisconsin Hospital in Madison. He succumed to his injuries on Tuesday afternoon.

Tragically, this marks the fourth worker who has died as a result of the explosion at Didion Milling Company's corn mill last Wednesday night. One worker died on the scene, while two more were missing for several hours. Rescue crews eventually recovered their bodies from the wreckage.

Work Begins Again

Previously, Arnold & Itkin reported that Didion Milling Co. was "closed for the time being" according to their website last Thursday. As of Tuesday morning, Didion's ethanol plant reopened for business. Riley Didion, president of the company, let the village board know that they would be accepting loads of corn from local farmers. The village president noted that the village of 770 residents depend on the mills for their livelihoods—many of them are direct employees of the company, while others are farmers who depend on the mill to buy their product.

For more information about the explosion last week, read our blogs here:

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