Rhode Island Quarry Blast That Injured Two Town Workers Ruled Accidental


The Rhode Island authorities ruled over a rock-cutter bomb that hurt two townspeople and damaged more than one building.

Westerly Sun reported that the state Fire Marshal Office found that the explosion on Westerly was not in violation of the state law or the state fire laws.

In the explosion that broke out in May, the granite pieces that had flown into the nearby building and a city truck pulled to the side of the road were sent.

One worker was treated and released the same day, but the other worker was hospitalized with head trauma.

The Fire Marshal Office restored the licenses for the quarry blasting, after the owners committed to using an air horn to warn impending explosions.

The blasting resumed in the oven.

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