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Man found cooked to death inside machine at California tuna canning factory Jose Melena, 62, an employee at a Southern California plant belonging to tuna maker Bumble ...
Tuna plant charged after worker cooked to death. Colleagues at California Bumble Bee Foods plant turned on oven while Jose Melena was inside.
A tuna factory death caused the Bumble Bee plant in Santa Fe Springs, Calif. to close temporarily. The factory reopened on Mon., Oct.
A tuna factory death has investigators stumped after an employee at the seafood plant was found cooked inside an industrial oven at 7 a.m. Thursday. The ...
A 62-year-old tuna factory worker was accidentally cooked to death inside a steam oven at a Bumble Bee facility in Santa Fe Springs, California.
Bumble Bee Foods released a statement today saying that its tuna products were not compromised after the tragic death of one of its workers over the
Bumble Bee Foods was charged today in connection with the case of a worker who was baked to death inside an industrial oven at the company's Los Angeles...
A tuna factory death has raised concerns about contamination. After a 62-year-old man was cooked to death in a Bumble Bee Foods "steamer machine," many ...
Factory officials and safety investigators are struggling to explain how a Bumble Bee tuna plant worker was apparently cooked to death in an oven at the ...
Bumble Bee Foods and two managers were charged by Los Angeles prosecutors Monday in the death of a worker who was cooked with tons of tuna.