Court papers were filed last Friday relating to a Parma woman's death at her work at Crookham, a seed company in Caldwell, Idaho.
Attorneys for Fransisca Gomez, 63, say the company failed to provide adequate safety training and equipment that could have prevented the death. They also say they said to leave a machine on while it was being cleaned.
Fransisca Gomez died cleaning the machine while it was on. Her attorney Nathan T. Gamel at Skaug Law says that her hair got caught in the machine, and because she had been instructed to clean it while it was on, and was not provided a helmet -- among other possible failures of equipment, clothing, and training -- she was involved in a lethal accident.
Six on Your Side contacted Crookham but they have not responded.
The Crookham seed company has said her death was 'an enormous personal loss.'