D.N. Higgins workers console each other following the deaths of three of their colleagues inside a 15-foot-deep drainage hole on Jan. 16 in the Key Largo Lake Surprise Estates subdivision. David Goodhue The Reporter
D.N. Higgins workers console each other following the deaths of three of their colleagues inside a 15-foot-deep drainage hole on Jan. 16 in the Key Largo Lake Surprise Estates subdivision. David Goodhue The Reporter David Goodhue The Reporter
D.N. Higgins workers console each other following the deaths of three of their colleagues inside a 15-foot-deep drainage hole on Jan. 16 in the Key Largo Lake Surprise Estates subdivision. David Goodhue The Reporter David Goodhue The Reporter

3 workers who died in a toxic manhole ‘needlessly lost their lives,’ feds say

July 19, 2017 05:37 AM