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Authorities identify man killed in Chester Co. workplace accident

CHESTER COUNTY, S.C. — Police are investigating a workplace accident in Chester County, where one person was killed.

The accident happened at Carolina Poly on Lancaster Highway on Thursday morning.

Chester Officials say a man was killed this morning in a workplace accident at Carolina Poly on highway 9. He was not stable enough to be airlifted and died at Chester hospital. No other details yet.

— Greg Suskin (@GSuskinWSOC9) April 4, 2019

Officials told Channel 9's South Carolina Bureau Reporter Greg Suskin the man was not stable enough to be airlifted and died at a Chester hospital.

Authorities later identified the man as 55-year-old Melvin Cleveland Simpson.

It is unknown what happened in the incident or how the accident happened.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is said to be evaluating the accident at this time.

No other information has been released.

This is an ongoing investigation. Check back with wsoctv.com for more information. 

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5 firefighters injured in massive fire at SC plastic manufacturing plant

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CHESTER, S.C. (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) – Five firefighters were injured Monday battling a massive fire at Carolina Poly, a polyethylene manufacturing plant, in Chester County, South Carolina.

“At this time, we recommend all those who live nearby stay inside. There is no immediate hazard to the surrounding area, but we are continuing to analyze the situation to determine if evacuations will be necessary,” emergency crews told FOX 46.

The five firefighters were rushed to the hospital for various injuries, FOX 46 reporter Brett Baldeck learned. One was treated for a foot injury and four others for heat-related illnesses.

The massive fire is affecting trailers containing plastics along the 1570 block of Lancaster Highway.

DHEC and EPA remain at the scene. The EPA is contracting an air and water monitoring team.

“When they arrive, this team will provide information about the air quality and potential impact from water runoff,” emergency crews told FOX 46.

No word on the cause or origin of the large blaze at this time.

Firefighting operations will be extended into the night.

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CHESTER COUNTY, S.C. (WBTV) - Five firefighters injured in a massive at a plastic storage plant in Chester County Monday have been released from the hospital and are in “good condition,” officials say.

The fire erupted Monday at Carolina Poly along Lancaster Highway and was still burning Tuesday morning. Although burning, the once out of control fire was under control and in a smoldering stage.

Officials say the trailers outside the plant where plastic is stored caught on fire around 5:15 a.m. Monday.

Five firefighters were taken to the hospital with injuries. Four of the firefighters suffered heat-related injuries while one firefighter suffered a foot injury.

“Thanks to the effort last night and rainfall, the fire is now smoldering,”Grant Suskin with the Chester Sheriff’s Office said Tuesday.

In a Tuesday afternoon update, officials said the fire is now out, and all fire personnel have cleared from the scene.

Officials say no they found no hazards in the air or water that could cause greater evacuations. The environmental contractor conducted a water and air quality test Monday night.

“They are continuing to monitor both the air and water and will not be done until they are sure everything is safe. However, initial reports were positive,” Suskin said.

Smoke and flames could be seen coming from the area Monday. The emergency manager believed the fire, which was at one point out of control according to fire officials, could have been bigger than the one that burned at a plastics plant in Grand Prairie, Texas last week.

Firefighters worked to remove the plastic in order to get the fire under control. They were also trying to keep the flames from spreading to the plant and nearby woods.

Deputies reccomended residents in the area to stay inside.

Family members of some employees gathered across the street throughout the day. They told WBTV they were being told to stay in the parking lot after the evacuation.

“I hope she’s safe,” James Hinson said about his fiance who works at the plant. “Hope she’s alright. Hoping they’re gonna let her leave.”

Hinson says he dropped his fiance off for her work here just as the fire started.

“A lady who worked second shift said she smelled something burning in the back at 3 o clock this morning,” he said.

He was shocked by what he was seeing and hearing.

"Popping to crackling to blowing up so we done heard it all."

Firefighters were expected to work into the night.

“When I see the flames so high and so wide it’s just nerve wracking,” he said.

DHEC and EPA are at the scene investigating.

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“There was a great effort by men and women in Chester County and from across the state, and we are thankful for their hard work and bravery,” Suskin said Tuesday.

Fire crews will be periodically monitoring hot spots for the next few days, but right now, the only agencies present are the ones conducting the investigation.

SLED and the fire marshal are still investigating the fire.

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