Massachusetts Brewing Company to Be Investigated After Man Burned


The US Occupational Health and Safety Administration is investigating the cause of a worker injury in a Massachusetts beer company.

Firemen say a man was exposed to severe burns at the Trillium Brewing Company in Canton shortly before 5 hours. Tuesday.

A 55-year-old man moved to Brigham and Women’s Hospital with a medical helicopter. The authorities say they are in a serious but stable situation.

The Trillium Brewing Company said on Wednesday in a statement on Facebook that the company is a friend and contractor and works on equipment when injured.

Canton fire officials, it is not clear that there is no fever and how the victim burns.

The Canton brewery is the second facility for the Boston-based company, which includes a taproom.

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