Fallon refinery cited, fined for three violations

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Updated: 4/02 10:05 pm
FALLON, Nev. (MyNews4.com & KRNV) -- Nevada Occupational Safety and Health Administration officials have cited a Fallon oil refining company for three serious violations stemming from a December explosion that left one employee seriously burned.

The action was announced on Wednesday, and proposes Bango Refining pay nearly $21,000 in fines. According to investigators, workers were attempting to thaw an asphalt recycle line using a propane-fueled weed burner when the explosion happened.
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