OSHA is investigating the convenience store fire in La Porte City that killed a female worker. What's so strange about this fire is why she didn't escape. A convenience store isn't all that large and if a fire broke out you'd think it would be easy to go out one of the exits. But she didn't, so it raises concerns as to why? Was the fire a way of covering up another crime? Or was there something about the configuration of that store that blocked her escape? Video footage of the from KCRG-TV9, Jeff Raasch, Reporting.
Whatever the case may be she or her dependents have a workers' compensation case for death and funeral-burial benefits under Iowa's Chapter 85, Workers' Compensation Act. The photograph of Colleen M. Paradine, 53 shows her to be a nice looking lady. The story about her in the Courier Newspaper is very flattering. Officials said the cause of the fire hasn't been determined, and officials with the Iowa State Fire Marshal Division were called to assist with the investigation. Deputies with the Black Hawk County Sheriff's Office photographed the scene and attempted to view the store's security camera footage.

The Republic
AP LA PORTE CITY, Iowa - State workplace safety officials are investigating a fire at a La Porte City convenience store that killed a woman earlier this ... 

Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier
Not long after Pries died in 2006, Burns tired of her nursing career, ... LA PORTE CITY, Iowa --- La Porte City firefighters pulled an employee from a ... 

KCRG
... Store of La Porte City today, July 6, 2011, where a worker was trapped inside. ... Paradine died from her injuries. Clark said the Paradine was at the ... 

DesMoinesRegister.com
A day after reporting that a US Army soldier from Iowa had been killed in Iraq, ... Friends called him a hard worker and good friend. Capt. ... 

Reuters Blogs
The lines where the workers slice, saw, claw and carve the turkeys move at a fast clip. Fifty-one birds are killed every minute, according to plant manager ... 

Reuters Blogs
The lines where the workers slice, saw, claw and carve the turkeys move at a fast clip. Fifty-one birds are killed every minute, according to plant manager ... 
Steve Lombardi
Iowa personal injury, workers' compensation, motorcycle, quadriplegic, paraplegic, brain injury, death
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