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      Rule Steele in Nampa fined $4,500 after worker's death

      NAMPA, Idaho (AP) The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has fined a southwest Idaho company $4,500 following a worker's death.


      The Idaho Press-Tribune reports in a story on Wednesday that the agency fined Rule Steel on July 3 for violating rules involving forklift safety.


      Fifty-three-year-old Roy Frazier died April 30 after a steel beam he was moving with a forklift fell on him.


      Rule Steel didn't respond to a request for a comment.


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      Information from: Idaho Press-Tribune

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