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2 Injured in Fire at Britz Inc.


Workers Suffer Burns in Accident in Five Points

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Five Points, CA (October 31, 2019) – Two workers suffered burns in a fire at Britz Inc. The accident occurred on the morning of October 31 at the Five Points facility.

A fire broke out at Britz Inc.’s cotton processing facility, which is located on Mt. Whitney Street. The fire started inside a processing machine. Two workers suffered burn injuries. They were taken to a local hospital for treatment. Crews contained the fire. The cause is unknown.

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