Brigham City, UT – Man Injured In Shop Explosion On W 5000 N

Brigham City, UT – Man Injured In Shop Explosion On W 5000 N

Brigham City, UT (April 10, 2019) – On April 10, around 5:15 p.m., Box Elder County fire department responded to the scene of an explosion at an industrial shop on W 5000 N.

According to reports, an employee was welding at the industrial shop when he hit a fuel tank. As a result, the fuel tank exploded. The explosion caused the man to sustain serious injuries, for which he was transported to Bear River Hospital initially. Air transportation was requested to transport the man to another location, but at this time we are not sure if that transfer occurred.

A second worker and a woman at the shop were also both injured in the incident.

We hope the victims injured in this horrific incident are able to make a full and fast recovery. We are praying for them.

Workplace Injuries In Utah

Every year, over 40 victims lose their lives in workplace accidents across Utah. Unfortunately, several hundred more are left seriously injured. Explosions can result in serious burn injuries to victims, which can have overwhelming mental, physical, and financial consequences.

Victims who endure these horrific injuries are often left in excruciating pain. Not only are they left scarred and, in some cases, permanently impaired, but victims often suffer extreme emotional anguish. In cases where victims are injured at work, they are able to contact a Utah workplace accident attorney to help them get justice and compensation to cover the costs incurred from the injury.

Since 1990, Utah personal injury lawyers at Siegfried & Jensen have helped over 35,000 victims alleviate the financial burdens they face subsequent to these horrific incidents. Our exceptional knowledge of personal injury laws has enabled us to help those harmed get the justice they deserve. If you were injured in a workplace incident, contact our law firm at (801) 845-9000 to see how we can help you.

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Disclaimer: At Siegfried & Jensen, we intend to honor the victims of horrific Utah accidents and inform the public about how to avoid these accidents and what can be done in the event of one. Please do not use this information as legal or medical advice.


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