Ruperto Vazquez-Carrera came to Idaho a few years ago. He loved baseball and had a family back in Mexico, according to someone who knew him who declined to be identified for fear of retribution. He died in a manure pond in February 2016 after accidentally driving this feed truck into the pond.
Ruperto Vazquez-Carrera came to Idaho a few years ago. He loved baseball and had a family back in Mexico, according to someone who knew him who declined to be identified for fear of retribution. He died in a manure pond in February 2016 after accidentally driving this feed truck into the pond. Provided by Jerome County Sheriff’s Office
Ruperto Vazquez-Carrera came to Idaho a few years ago. He loved baseball and had a family back in Mexico, according to someone who knew him who declined to be identified for fear of retribution. He died in a manure pond in February 2016 after accidentally driving this feed truck into the pond. Provided by Jerome County Sheriff’s Office

Two men drowned in manure ponds. And thousands of other farmworkers have died too.

July 13, 2017 10:09 PM