OSHA says Amazon workers were confused during Illinois tornado, but issues no fines
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EDWARDSVILLE, Ill. — Some workers at an Amazon warehouse here that partly collapsed during a tornado in December didn't remember participating in tornado drills, and others didn't know where to take cover in an emergency, according to a federal investigation released Tuesday. In letters sent to Amazon and three contract employers, officials with the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA, outlined how workers were warned to take cover 10 minutes before a tornado touched down, ripping through the southern half of the building and killing six people. But a megaphone, kept in...