SAN LEANDRO, Calif. -- Production at a Safeway milk-distribution plant here resumed last Tuesday, 24 hours after an industrial accident in which a maintenance engineer was killed when a piece of warehouse machinery fell on him. the incident occurred last Monday morning. Production was halted immediately "to ensure employee safeway," a spokeswoman for the Pleasanton, Calif.-based chain, told SN. However, shipments that were already loaded for delivery went out on schedule, she noted. The ...

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