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article imageWorker cooked to death at California seafood canning factory

Santa Fe Springs - A man was cooked to death inside an industrial oven in a freak accident at a southern California seafood canning plant on Thursday.
The Associated Press reports that 62-year-old Jose Melena, an employee at the Bumble Bee Seafood plant in Santa Fe Springs, was found shortly before 7:00 a.m. on Thursday after he somehow ended up inside an industrial oven known as a steamer machine.
Cal-OSHA spokeswoman Erika Monterroza told the Los Angeles Times that an preliminary investigation found that Melena "was fatally injured when he was cooked in an oven" but there was no indication of how he ended up inside the steamer.
Pat Menke, vice president of human resources for Bumble Bee Foods, expressed condolences to Melena's family. He'd worked at the plant for six years. The factory has been shut down until Monday.
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