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    :: Saturday, July 09, 2005 ::

    Tyson 'Slapped On The Wrist' For Killing Two Employees - Confined Space
    Curiously, the Kentucky Department of Labor described the penalty as 'the largest occupational safety and health settlement in the state's history,' because several other cases against Tyson were thrown into the mix, bringing the total to $184,515.

    James Allen Dame fell into a vat of decomposing chicken parts while trying to retrieve a broken scoop. Co-worker Mike Hallum was lowered in to rescue him. Both men were overcome by methane gas and died. The company killed three other workers that same year, according to the United Food and Commercial Workers Union:
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