Investigators Look for Cause of Oregon Turbine Collapse

[Associated Press] Investigators from Siemens Power Generation and the Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Division started examining the wreckage from the wind turbine tower that collapsed in Eastern Oregon […] The tower fell Saturday as two workers were performing a scheduled inspection. Sheriff Brad Lohrey of Wasco County said winds at the time were about 25 mph. Chadd Mitchell, 35, of Goldendale, Wash., a Siemens employee, was working at the top of the tower when it fell and was killed. Mitchell, a father of three, had been working on the wind project since July 10.
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