Oil Company Worker Died Due To Toxic Gas
An oil company worker died due to a poisonous gas at a pump house, according to a January 14 article by AP News.
Saturday night, 44-year-old Jacob Dean was dispatched by Aghorn Energy to check one of their pump houses. He then died after inhaling the hydrogen sulfide gas inside. Later, his wife, 37-year-old Natalee Dean, tried to reach him by phone but got no response. Because of this, she drove to the pump house along with her 6-year-old and her 9-year-old. Unfortunately, Natalee also died after entering the facility and breathing the same gas. Luckily the children were left inside the car and were unharmed.
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