Buried alive. Alone. Screaming you know no one can hear. You wonder if the rescuers can get to you in time. You can’t move a muscle — not even your fingers. It is tough for you to breathe. And breathing is getting more difficult with each shallow breath because the dirt is crushing you.
You have been doing this type of work for years and odds were that it would never happen to you. You may be asking yourself why you didn’t listen to the safety manager who told you never to go into an unprotected trench. And now, as the last few minutes of your life pass you by, you think about your wife and kids, your parents and close friends and how much you would like…Read More