Jacksboro, TX – Justin Gary, 23, was injured in a workplace accident Tuesday afternoon, in Jacksboro, TX.
According to reports, Mr. Gary, an employee of Jack County Packers, suffered 1st and 2nd degree burns to his hands and cheeks as the result of a workplace injury Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Gary was initially taken to Faith Community Hospital, but was later transferred by helicopter to Parkland Hospital. How Mr. Gary sustained his injuries is not being reported at this time.
A couple of things we can surmise are that Jack County Packers appears to be a petroleum equipment supply and service company; Another thing we can determine is that the company has not had any OSHA complaints or inspections in the last 10 years; Lastly, it appears that Mr. Gary’s uncle, John Gary is the owner of the business.
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