butts260 wrote:The Wall Street Journal, page A5, Friday, August 15, 2014, had a short short story, from the Associated Press, titled "Film Company Cited Over Fatal Train Crash." It said "The Occupational Safety and Health Administration proposed $74,900 in fines against Film Allman LLC, . . . . . The company was cited for two safety violations saying it willfully put workers in danger of being struck by a live train and at risk of falling off a railroad bridge where they were shooting a scene."
Would this be the correct article?
[quote="At 9:59 AM EDT on Aug 15, 2014 In an article entitled "Correction: Film Crew-Train Crash story", RUSS BYNUM of The Associated Press staff"]
Correction: Film Crew-Train Crash story
SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) -- In some versions of a story Aug. 14 about a movie production company being cited for workplace safety violations related to a fatal train crash in Georgia, The Associated Press erroneously reported the first name of the singer who is the subject of the film. His name is Gregg Allman, not Greg.
A corrected version of the story is below:
OSHA cites Allman film company in Ga. train crash
OSHA proposes $74,900 fine for safety violations by Allman film company in Ga. train crash
By RUSS BYNUM
SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) - A production company formed to make a biographical film about singer Gregg Allman was cited by federal regulators Thursday for workplace safety violations stemming from a train crash in rural Georgia that killed a camera assistant and injured six others.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration proposed $74,900 in fines against Film Allman LLC, a company incorporated in 2013 to make the movie "Midnight Rider." The company was cited for two safety violations saying it willfully put workers in danger of being struck by a live train and put them at risk of falling off a railroad bridge where they were shooting a scene.[/quote]
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