Springfield, MO — Earlier this week, a worker at the Ridewell Suspension Corporation in Springfield died in an accident. His name was released as Floyd “Bill” Jones and the accident happened on Monday, January 19, 2015.
Apparently, Mr. Jones was working at the plant on Monday afternoon when something went wrong and he was fatally injured. Authorities at the plant said that they can’t discuss what’s going on for privacy reasons, but said that Jones passed away on Monday around 3:30 p.m. and confirmed that no foul play was involved.
The accident is being investigated by the police, Greene County detectives, and also OSHA officials. More information will hopefully be released later.
Floyd Jones was a machine operator at the plant, which manufactures suspensions for buses, trailers, trucks, and RV’s.
Map of the Accident
View from the Road
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