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Jury hears gunpowder details at trial of former Colbrook gunpowder plant owner
An initial explosion set off several secondary explosions that May day. When the resulting fire was extinguished, investigators found the bodies of two men whose job it had been to run the machines; Donald Kendall, 56, of Colebrook, and Jesse Kennett, 49, of Stratford.The initial blast in the plant at 23 Gould St. was so powerful that the large industrial machines produced by General Dynamics were left misshapen.
Also listening were Judge Peter H. Bornstein and Sanborn, of Maidstone, Vt., the plant’s former owner. The state has accused Sanborn of being negligent and reckless in failing to take proper precautions, including not protecting his employees from injury, when he set up and began running his Black Mag plant.
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