MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - The Cunningham Bounds law firm has filed a complaint on behalf of Casey Tyson, a worker who was severely injured April 24 when two fuel barges exploded and burned on the east side of the Mobile riverfront.
The explosion happened while the barges were being cleaned at Oil Recovery Company's river facility.
The lawsuit was filed against Oil Recovery Company, Inc. of Alabama, AEP River Operations, LLC, D&S Marine Service, L.L.C., and Kirby Inland Marine, L.P.
Mr. Tyson suffered extensive injuries as a result of the explosion and has been transferred to a burn center in Dallas, Texas for additional treatment.
The case will proceed in front of Judge Ben Brooks in Mobile County Circuit Court.
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