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San Francisco: Business owner charged with manslaughter after two employees die on the job

Published Thursday July 14

SAN FRANCISCO — A granite company owner is facing manslaughter charges in connection with the deaths of 2 employees who were killed on the job earlier this year.

Meng Peng, 66, of Hillsborough, was jailed Mon and charged with 2 counts of involuntary manslaughter and 3 violations of the labor code, the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office announced Thursday.

Peng allegedly violated work place safety procedures that led to Philip Marich, 53, and Hector Vasquez, 46, being crushed to death by granite slabs they were removing from a shipping container on Feb. seven according to prosecutors.

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