OSHA: Safety Failures Led To Workers' Death In Key Largo ManholeOSHA cited a South Florida utility company and a contractor after investigating the deaths of three workers in a manhole. 
Firefighter Who Tried To Save Key Largo Workers No Longer In Coma A firefighter who went in to save three workers who collapsed while working underground in Key Largo remains in critical condition in the hospital, his family says.
Seaquarium Says Trainers Will No Longer Be In Water During ShowsThe Miami Seaquarium announced Monday that trainers will no longer be in the water during show performances with the killer whale.
SeaWorld Drops Appeal Of OSHA ViolationSeaWorld’s famous orca shows have changed drastically - forever. Trainers will not be allowed to swim with orcas during shows.
Miami Seaquarium Fined $7,000 By OSHAWhen trainers are working with killer whales, a physical barrier is required between the trainer and the animal for protection.
Beam Strikes Construction Workers; One Killed, Two Critical A construction worker died Monday morning after a beam struck him, Fort Lauderdale police reported.
Davie Police ID Man Killed In Wood Chipper Accident Davie police have identified the man who died Monday afternoon after he fell into a wood chipper.
Man Killed After Going Through Wood Chipper A man died Monday afternoon after authorities said he went all the way through a wood chipper.
SeaWorld Loses Appeal In Death By Killer Whale A federal appeals court on Friday upheld a regulatory safety finding against SeaWorld in the drowning of a trainer who was pulled under by a killer whale at the theme park.
"Blackfish" Director Responds To SeaWorld's AllegationsSeaWorld questioned a director’s contact with an Occupational Safety and Health Administration last week for the making of the documentary “Blackfish”.
SeaWorld Questions Ethics Of OSHA InvestigatorAn Occupational Safety and Health Administration investigator is in deep waters after being called out by SeaWorld.
Scaffolding Accident Sends 4 Workers To Hospital, Scene Of Daring Rescue Around 3:30 on Monday afternoon, four workers cleaning and inspecting the bridges along the New River below I-95 were on a suspended scaffolding when it suddenly gave way.

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