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Worker cooked to death at California tuna plant


SANTA FE SPRINGS, Calif. -- Authorities say a 62-year-old employee was cooked to
death at a Southern California seafood plant for tuna maker Bumble Bee Foods.

The Whittier Daily News reports ( http://bit.ly/TmJFyv) Jose Melena was found
shortly before 7 a.m. Thursday at the plant in Santa Fe Springs.

Erika Monterroza is a spokeswoman for the California Division of Occupational
Safety and Health. She says it's unclear how the man ended up inside a cooking
device called a "steamer machine."

The state agency has launched an investigation.

Bumble Bee Foods spokesman Pat Menke expressed condolences to Melena's family in
a written statement. Menke says operations at the canning facility will be
suspended until Monday.










Interesting that the processing plant is so far away from the Docks

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Malcom \"Mal\" Reynolds wrote:

Bumble Bee Foods spokesman Pat Menke expressed condolences to Melena's family in
a written statement. Menke says operations at the canning facility will be
suspended until Monday.


It's a canning facility, so they must be referring
to a retort. These are giant pressure cookers used
to sterilize the cans. Raw tuna is sealed in the cans
which are then cooked and sterilized in the retort.
A retort will be large enough for a few carts full
of cans, so it's big enough to walk into if you're
hunched over. It's hard to imagine nobody would
notice if a body was in there before you close the
door, because you wouldn't be able to fit all the
carts in.

Note that the body would have no contact with the
food from this plant because the cans are sealed
before they get to the retort.
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In article , Mark Thorson
wrote:

Malcom \"Mal\" Reynolds wrote:

Bumble Bee Foods spokesman Pat Menke expressed condolences to Melena's
family in
a written statement. Menke says operations at the canning facility will be
suspended until Monday.


It's a canning facility, so they must be referring
to a retort. These are giant pressure cookers used
to sterilize the cans. Raw tuna is sealed in the cans
which are then cooked and sterilized in the retort.
A retort will be large enough for a few carts full
of cans, so it's big enough to walk into if you're
hunched over. It's hard to imagine nobody would
notice if a body was in there before you close the
door, because you wouldn't be able to fit all the
carts in.

Note that the body would have no contact with the
food from this plant because the cans are sealed
before they get to the retort.


that in no way will calm julies concern over tuna fish
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...
In article , Mark Thorson
wrote:

Malcom \"Mal\" Reynolds wrote:

Bumble Bee Foods spokesman Pat Menke expressed condolences to Melena's
family in
a written statement. Menke says operations at the canning facility will
be
suspended until Monday.


It's a canning facility, so they must be referring
to a retort. These are giant pressure cookers used
to sterilize the cans. Raw tuna is sealed in the cans
which are then cooked and sterilized in the retort.
A retort will be large enough for a few carts full
of cans, so it's big enough to walk into if you're
hunched over. It's hard to imagine nobody would
notice if a body was in there before you close the
door, because you wouldn't be able to fit all the
carts in.

Note that the body would have no contact with the
food from this plant because the cans are sealed
before they get to the retort.


that in no way will calm julies concern over tuna fish


In fact, now she will be afraid of any steamed foods.


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In article , "Pico Rico"
wrote:

"Malcom "Mal" Reynolds" wrote in message
...
In article , Mark Thorson
wrote:

Malcom \"Mal\" Reynolds wrote:

Bumble Bee Foods spokesman Pat Menke expressed condolences to Melena's
family in
a written statement. Menke says operations at the canning facility will
be
suspended until Monday.

It's a canning facility, so they must be referring
to a retort. These are giant pressure cookers used
to sterilize the cans. Raw tuna is sealed in the cans
which are then cooked and sterilized in the retort.
A retort will be large enough for a few carts full
of cans, so it's big enough to walk into if you're
hunched over. It's hard to imagine nobody would
notice if a body was in there before you close the
door, because you wouldn't be able to fit all the
carts in.

Note that the body would have no contact with the
food from this plant because the cans are sealed
before they get to the retort.


that in no way will calm julies concern over tuna fish


In fact, now she will be afraid of any steamed foods.


more likely any canned foods


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"Malcom "Mal" Reynolds" wrote in message
...
In article , "Pico Rico"

wrote:

"Malcom "Mal" Reynolds" wrote in message
...
In article , Mark Thorson

wrote:

Malcom \"Mal\" Reynolds wrote:

Bumble Bee Foods spokesman Pat Menke expressed condolences to
Melena's
family in
a written statement. Menke says operations at the canning facility
will
be
suspended until Monday.

It's a canning facility, so they must be referring
to a retort. These are giant pressure cookers used
to sterilize the cans. Raw tuna is sealed in the cans
which are then cooked and sterilized in the retort.
A retort will be large enough for a few carts full
of cans, so it's big enough to walk into if you're
hunched over. It's hard to imagine nobody would
notice if a body was in there before you close the
door, because you wouldn't be able to fit all the
carts in.

Note that the body would have no contact with the
food from this plant because the cans are sealed
before they get to the retort.

that in no way will calm julies concern over tuna fish


In fact, now she will be afraid of any steamed foods.


more likely any canned foods


we are both right. And no more fish for her either, if that was ever on the
list.


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Pico Rico wrote:
"Malcom "Mal" Reynolds" wrote in
message ...
In article , Mark Thorson
wrote:

Malcom \"Mal\" Reynolds wrote:

Bumble Bee Foods spokesman Pat Menke expressed condolences to
Melena's family in
a written statement. Menke says operations at the canning facility
will be
suspended until Monday.

It's a canning facility, so they must be referring
to a retort. These are giant pressure cookers used
to sterilize the cans. Raw tuna is sealed in the cans
which are then cooked and sterilized in the retort.
A retort will be large enough for a few carts full
of cans, so it's big enough to walk into if you're
hunched over. It's hard to imagine nobody would
notice if a body was in there before you close the
door, because you wouldn't be able to fit all the
carts in.

Note that the body would have no contact with the
food from this plant because the cans are sealed
before they get to the retort.


that in no way will calm julies concern over tuna fish


In fact, now she will be afraid of any steamed foods.


I don't eat fish of any kind and AFAIK I don't eat any steamed foods.




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