Second of three workers listed as being in a critical condition after April 26 fire at Georgia-Pacific's plywood mill in Corrigan, Texas, dies; one worker remains in critical condition

LOS ANGELES , June 9, 2014 () – A second worker has died after sustaining injuries in an April 26 fire at Georgia-Pacific LLC's plywood mill in Corrigan, Texas, The Lufkin News reported on June 6.

The suspected combustible dust explosion and fire, which happened at about 6:30 p.m. in the plant's bag house, injured seven workers. Three of those workers were listed as being in a critical condition.

Kenny Morris, 58, of Lufkin, passed away on the morning of June 6 at the John S. Dunn Sr. Burn Center at Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston. Morris's death follows that of 56-year-old Charles Wayne Kovar, who died on May 30. One other employee remains in critical condition, the Daily News reported.

 The primary source of this article is The Lufkin News, Lufkin, Texas, on June 6, 2014.

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