Three Workers Burned by Molten Metal in Saukville
UPDATE: Flight for Life was requested when three workers were burned by molten metal at Johnson Brass.
According to Saukville Police, Saukville Fire Department and EMS arrived and Flight for Life was requested.
Port Washington and Grafton EMS assisted in removal of the victims as well. At this time, it appears no mechanical failure was responsible for the injuries.
Johnson Brass and Machine Foundry released the statement: "Three workers suffered non-life threatening injuries after metal splashed during a routine pouring process. Two workers received treatment for minor burns while the third suffered burns to his leg and was taken to the hospital for further treatment. He is expected to make a full recovery."
ORIGINAL: Saukville Police confirmed to CBS 58 there are officers at a scene at Johnson Brass.
The company is located at 270 N Mill Street.
Johnson Centrifugal Technology owns the Johnson Brass and Machine Foundry.
According to the company's website, the company creates castings.
The company works with copper, stainless steel, aluminum, nickel and alloys.
CBS 58 has a crew on the way.