Company was told to stop skydiving before fatal crash; now ordered to vacate

HONOLULU (KHON2) — The company in charge of the airplane that crashed at in Mokuleia last month, killing 11 people, had been ordered to stop its skydiving operation well before the fatal crash. The company was given a cease and desist order from the state Department of Transportation earlier this spring and today has been told to leave. We found out there may be Labor Department issues, too, that could make it difficult for families to collect what is owed when workers die on the job.

Sources tell Always Investigating that Oahu Parachute
Center has been given a five-day notice to vacate its Dillingham Airfield
facility. The plane that crashed in June shortly after takeoff was Oahu
Parachute Center’s…

Original published: 2019-07-09 04:18:16 Read the full Hawaii News here

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