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HENRICO COUNTY, Va. — The Virginia Department of Labor and Industry has cited a Pennsylvania-based company for eight different safety violations after two construction workers died in a flash fire at a warehouse in Henrico.
The incident happened on Nov. 1 at an empty warehouse located on 7400 Impala Drive in Henrico.
Christian Martoni and Jason Romanczuk were in Henrico doing work for a company called Hadley Construction based in Pittston, Pennsylvania.
The two were salvaging materials from inside a warehouse that used to house a large printing company called Quebecor.
According to the incident report obtained from the Henrico Fire Department, the men were cutting pipes that once carried printing ink with sparking power tools.
Those tools may have provided an ignition for a chemical that was mixed with the printing ink.
The report said it appears that is what caused a flash fire that burned both victims.
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