published Tuesday, August 30th, 2011

Cleveland gas station fire victim identified

Cleveland authorities investigate a fatal fire at a BP gas station near Paul Huff Parkway and Interstate 75 in Cleveland, Tenn. today.
Cleveland authorities investigate a fatal fire at a BP gas station near Paul Huff Parkway and Interstate 75 in Cleveland, Tenn. today.

CLEVELAND, BRADLEY COUNTY – Investigators in Cleveland say they have identified the man who died in an early morning fire at a gas station.

Officials say they have identified the body as that of 32-year-old Randy Hammondtree, an employee at the BP gas station.

Police say Hammondtree works the second shift at gas station and closed the store last night at 11 p.m.

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chattyjill said...

Dear Employers, It's important to pay your employees a living wage, respect them and their families, and don't overwork people. Who knows what happened at this BP but this is a good opportunity to remember that happy workers are safer and more productive than unhappy workers.

August 30, 2011 at 9:48 p.m.
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