According to the latest reports, in the United States, a Tesla employee died suddenly on the powertrain system production line at the Fremont, California plant, and relevant agencies have been involved in the investigation. OSHA spokesman Peter Melton said Tesla notified the agency of the death and investigators were gathering more information to determine whether the incident occurred. Work-related and decide if further investigation is required.
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This will have to wait for autopsy results, and the rest of the investigation may involve speaking with witnesses and Tesla. No identity, age or any other information about the employee has been released. At least three Fremont police cars and a fire truck were parked in front of the Tesla factory around 6:30 a.m. local time.
The Fremont Fire Department confirmed that they initially received reports of a worker trapped in the machinery. When firefighters arrived, they were told there was no machinery involved. Tesla said on its website that the powertrain system consists of an improved motor, inverter and gearbox. If it is determined that the deceased’s cause of death is related to the nature of his job, OSHA may help confirm certain workers’ allegations against Tesla.
Earlier, a worker named Dennis Duran posted a video last year calling Fremont a “modern industrial sweatshop.” This is not a new allegation, and it’s not limited to U.S. factories. This isn’t the first time an employee has died at Tesla’s California factory. In December 2021, Lee Biser, a Tesla employee at the Fremont plant, was shot and killed in the parking lot after getting off work by a colleague, Anthony Solima, who was said to have been at work earlier There was a dispute.