Rj Sangosti, The Denver Post Jim Richardson Stands Outside His Truck In The Oil Fields Near His Home In Vernal, Utah.

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RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post Carl and Debbie Smith visit their son's headstone at a cemetery in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Their son was killed while working for Halliburton when a high-pressure water valve to erupted. "My son was murdered," said Debbie as she talked about her son being allowed to work in below-freezing temperatures that caused a valve to freeze the day he was killed. RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post An oilfield worker walks past an open door at a drill pad in Windsor, Colorado. Oil and gas companies use large walls to reduce noise and light pollution when drilling. RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post Jim Richardson stands outside his truck in the oil fields near his home in Vernal, Utah. Richardson, who has spent much of his life in Vernal said, "The (oil) patch was my playground." Richardson's left leg was amputated after a spreader beam rolled off a forklift while he was loading his truck to move a drilling rig near Craig, Colorado. The beam hit him on the head and then crushed his leg. Sangosti, The Denver Post "From the ball of my foot all the way up to my thigh, it feels like my whole leg is in a vice. Then I looked down, and it's not even there ... The phantom pains are hell," said Jim Richardson.

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