Amazon facing $28,000 fine over Plainfield warehouse worker's death

PLAINFIELD, Ind. -- Amazon is facing a $28,000 fine after a worker at their Plainfield warehouse was killed by a forklift earlier this year. 

A safety order issued by the Indiana Department of Labor says the September 24 accident was a result of inadequate training and failure to follow safety procedures by the Amazon warehouse. 

Phillip Terry, 59, was crushed while working on a forklift at the distribution center at 800 Perry Road. The forklift weighed over 1,000 pounds. 

READ | Amazon employee killed in forklift accident at Plainfield facility 

The notification orders Amazon to correct their actions and pay a $28,000 fine. 

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