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A 35-year-old worker who died after becoming caught in a joint product separator—a machine used to break down scrap vehicles—is said to have made major strides in recent years to turn around a personal history of crime and viagra for sale
The victim, James Tremaine, had moved to Victoria, BC, four years ago to get clean from drugs and he had worked for Steel Pacific Recycling in Victoria for more than three years.
The company temporarily suspended operations and brought in grief counselors to help Tremaine’s co-workers deal with the horrific death.
“Everyone looks out for each other, so this is going to be very hard for people because they have a sense of mutual responsibility for each other’s safety,” company spokesperson Carol Taiji told the Victoria Times Colonist newspaper.
WorkSafeBC and the BC Coroners Service are investigating what caused Tremaine to become entangled in the machine.