Monday, June 07, 2010

Killed Oil Rig worker was worried

From rawstory dot com one of the eleven men killed when the Transocean/BP oil rig blew up on April 20th was worried about safety practices aboard the rig. An excerpt from the story:

Transocean toolpusher Jason Anderson told his wife, Shelly, that he was concerned about BP's safety practices on the rig. Anderson was so worried about an accident that he spent his last trip home getting his affairs in order.

"Everything seemed to be pressing to Jason about getting things in order. In case something happened. Teaching me how to do certain things on the motor home so that I could go and do things with the kids, make sure that I knew how to do everything..." according to his wife.

To view an interview with Jason Anderson's widow follow this link

An interview with his father, in which his father is quoted as saying “He loved his work and thought of his crewmates as family. He was the kind of son a man wants and loves and hopes his son will be.” can be found at this link.

1 comment:

Eddie Francis said...

This is nothing short of chilling, and it angers the hell out of me.