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Name of employee killed in industrial accident released

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LAWTON, OK (KSWO) - A fatal accident at a Lawton industrial business is under investigation. 

Investigators were called to Atlas-Tuck Concrete at Southwest Sheridan Road and Monroe Avenue at 1:57 p.m.

Police have confirmed that 26-year-old James Fenimore Hill, an employee, was killed in an accident, but they have not released any specifics on how it happened.

The employee was taken to the hospital and was pronounced dead. 

OSHA will start their investigation Thursday. No other details are expected to be released until the investigation is completed.

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