The decision came from the Eighth District Workers' Compensation office on Tuesday that two Ducci Electric employees, will continue to receive their regular wages and compensation for medical expenses, according to Attorney Edward Gillis.
The explosion at the Kleen Energy power plant killed six workers when natural gas was used to clean out gas lines. Federal safety investigators looking into the blast say some of the workers were putting in long hours.
The injured workers will receive compensation so long as they have medical notes detailing that they have lasting injuries that prevent them from returning to work, Gillis tells the Register Citizen.
A follow up hearing is scheduled for early April.