UPS Employees Killed at Ontario International Airport
ONTARIO, Calif. (Nov. 27, 2019) — A tragic workplace accident left two UPS employees dead Monday, Nov. 25, at the package-delivery service’s hub at Ontario International Airport.
The two part-time package handlers died in the incident that took place just before 6 a.m., according to a UPS spokesman.
The victims were on a tug used by UPS Airlines to pull dollies that are loaded with containers. These containers are loaded with packages and then loaded onto airplanes. The particular tug that the two employees were using did not have a top as some do.
The incident is under investigation by Cal/OSHA.
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