Car Plant Workers Risked Mesothelioma From Asbestos Exposure in Insulation.
Reportedly, despite a courageous battle, including two sessions of chemotherapy, he died last month at the age of 63, 18 months after the mesothelioma cancer was diagnosed.
He began his career working on train cars, as an apprentice welder.
He reportedly told his wife that some of his coworkers there even had asbestos snowball fights, hurling clumps of the dust at each other.
And some of the older workers used asbestos to make pillows to take a nap on the job.
He then was hired at a huge factory, the Rover car panel plan. Rover too used asbestos for insulation at the time.
Sadly, none of these employers warned him of the risks to asbestos exposure and that it could cause cancers such as mesothelioma.P>Many car plant employees in the automotive repair shops, as well as do-it-yourselfers, are unaware that asbestos may be present in both old and replacement brakes and clutches.
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