Three Workers Sustain Burn Injuries After Fire Breaks Out At Workplace

Three workers were injured on May 19, after a fire broke out at the Laramie River Station, just north of Cheyenne, Wyoming. The fire broke out at the station’s coal unloading station. The three employees were injured during their attempts to control the blaze. One worker was flown to the Colorado Burn Center for severe burn injuries. This is the second fire to break out at the station within the past five days. A statement released from the company said an internal investigation has been launched to determine the cause of the fires and an external investigator was being contacted to assist.

Due to intense pain and lengthy recovery times, burn injures can be some of the worst injuries a person can sustain. The treatments for burn injuries are often painful and very expensive. Not only do burn victims sustain outward injuries, but they can also suffer from psychological trauma.

Often, burn victims and their families feel helpless when trying to recover from such a traumatic experience. Our national injury attorney wants to help you through this difficult time. If you or a loved one has been involved in a burn accident, call us today at (866) 377-3800.

[Tom’s Tips: When aiding a burn victim, do not attempt to remove clothing that may be burned onto the victim. This could potentially remove healthy, unburned skin.]

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