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UBC34 Diver Matthew Zugsberger, OSHA & Attempted Murder On The Drake's Bay Estero Clean-up
by Labor Video Project
UBC 34 diver Matthew Zugsberger was hired to work in the removal of oyster racks at the Drake's Bay Estero clean-up. As he did the work he discovered highly toxic and deadly chemicals which threatened his health and the environment of the bay. He filed OSHA complaints and was retaliated by the contractors and was also ordered to do dangerous work that could have resulted in his death.

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