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More than 60 people turned out for a vigil outside the Sea Watch’s seafood processing plant in New Bedford’s north terminal area Monday night in memory of Victor Gerena who lost his life in an industrial accident at the plant last Thursday morning.. Family members said Gerena was born in Puerto Rico and worked for some 19 years at Sea Watch. Adrian Ventura, executive director of a spanish labor organization, helped organize the vigil. OSHA is investigating the accident.

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