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January 24, 1995 | J.E. MITCHELL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
More than $94,000 in fines have been levied against two oil companies in connection with the deaths of three workers at an oil field north of Ventura in August, state safety officials said Monday. Pride Petroleum Service Co. and Schlumberger Wireline and Testing were assessed $45,375 and $48,750 respectively by the California Occupational Safety and Health Administration--the state's industrial safety agency--for a total of 15 violations of worker safety regulations.
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January 24, 1995 | J.E. MITCHELL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
More than $94,000 in fines have been levied against two oil companies in connection with the deaths of three workers at an oil field north of Ventura in August, state safety officials said Monday. Pride Petroleum Service Co. and Schlumberger Wireline and Testing were assessed $45,375 and $48,750 respectively by the California Occupational Safety and Health Administration--the state's industrial safety agency--for a total of 15 violations of worker safety regulations.
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August 14, 1998 | HILARY E. MacGREGOR
The deaths of three young workers in a defunct oil well north of Ventura stemmed not from natural pressures in the earth but from a subcontractor's faulty safety procedures, an attorney for the company that leased the wells argued Thursday. The three were killed and three others injured in a hot, dusty oil field at Seacliff four years ago. The cause of the accident is at the heart of a civil case heard by Ventura Superior Court Judge Barbara Lane.
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August 12, 1998 | HILARY E. MacGREGOR, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A geyser of oil and water erupted from the defunct well on the Rincon. Toxic fumes suffused the air. Within minutes of the noontime gas leak, three men were dead and three others seriously injured from the unseen, poisonous gas. That was Aug. 10, 1994. In closing arguments Tuesday as a five-month civil trial neared its conclusion, plaintiffs' attorney Steven Archer contended that Vintage Petroleum of Tulsa, Okla.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 24, 1995 | J.E. MITCHELL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
More than $94,000 in fines have been levied against two oil companies in connection with the deaths of three workers at a Seacliff oil field last August, state safety officials said Monday. Pride Petroleum Service Co. and Schlumberger Wireline and Testing were assessed $45,375 and $48,750 in fines, respectively, by Cal/OSHA, the state's industrial safety agency, for a total of 15 violations of worker safety regulations.
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