Contractor Faces Charges in 2016 Trench-Collapse Death

January 31, 2018
Tim Newcomb - ENR

For the first time in Washington state history, an employer faces felony charges for a workplace fatality.

Harold Felton, 36, died in a January 2016 trench collapse at a West Seattle residential sewer-line project. Phillip Numrich, 40, then-owner of Alki Construction, now faces second-degree manslaughter charges, filed on Jan. 5 by the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.



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