According to the report, fellow employees discovered Benson already dead at the plant. He had a laceration to his neck and police hypothesize that he had fallen.
The State Department of Labor and Industries are investigating the accident. According to comments written on The Olympian’s blog, this is the first death at the plant that employees were aware of.
Benson was employed by Cardinal Glass for two years. He leaves behind his son Andrew, only 3-years-old.
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