Greeley, CO — A worker for Max Clean was injured & burned after his Max Clean service van caught fire in an accident last month, Monday, November 9, 2015. Wayne William, 44 years old, was identified as the worker who was injured.
Though several news reports were written about the accident, not many details were ever released.
William had been working in the van, which contained a vacuum, an air compressor, and a generator, when something went wrong and fuel began leaking from the generator.
When William went to investigate why his equipment wasn’t working, the fuel suddenly ignited and the van caught fire, destroying much of the vehicle’s equipment and tools. Wayne William was sent to a hospital to be treated, but it’s not clear how badly he was hurt.
The reason the fuel was leaking that morning wasn’t ever released.
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Map of the Accident
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