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Cañon City, CO – Fremont Correctional Facility Staff Member Killed In Explosion ID’d

Posted on Tuesday, December 10th, 2019 at 6:47 am    

The Fremont Correctional Facility staff member who died after a boiler exploded has been identified.

The incident happened on December 4, in Fremont Correctional Facility.

Crews responded to the scene before noon at the East Cañon Complex.

28-year-old Sergeant Joshua Voth was the victim. He was a husband and father of three children and the Correctional Support Licensed Trade Supervisor.

The incident is under investigation.

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