Reading the story about the three men who died while working on a Commonwealth Utilities Corp. sewer makes me really concerned about other CUC workers when they are out in the field. According to the story, they died from inhaling hydrogen sulfide. My question is, were they wearing any protective gear or not? If they were, this accident might not have happened. Accidents do happen and the least we could do is wear safety gear, especially if you work in the field, to make sure accidents like this won’t happen again. My deepest condolences to the families of the deceased workers.

Mackenzie Perez
Lower Navy Hill, Saipan

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  • jun

    Hopefully, the families of our three brothers who passed away would initiate a law suit against the owner of the company and the CNMI government in the Federal Court for negligent, so there would be an assurance that such incidents would not happen again on the CNMI.

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