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OSHA Investigating Death at Didion Milling

Facility operations are paused for teams to have time to process what happened

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration confirms it has opened in investigation into the death of a Didion Milling employee in a grain silo, reports WKOW.

The body of the 52-year-old Waupun man was recovered from the silo at the plant in Cambria, WI, following a day-long search.

In a statement to WKOW, Didion said operations are paused for teams to have the time to process what happened. Operations will resume when the teams feel ready.

A counselor is onsite for anyone who would like to talk and Didion provides 24/7 access to an employee assistance hotline, which team members can call year-round.

Didion has been in close contact with the employee’s family and are being supportive in every way possible during this difficult time, according to the company.

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