Silos Prove Deadly for Young Workers on American Farms

Fourteen teenage boys and 80 farmworkers have died in silo accidents since 2007. Although the number of farm accidents has dropped, the rate of grain bin and silo entrapments remain steady, leaving experts blaming flaws in worker safety laws and rules designed to protect young farmworkers. Read more (The New York Times).

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