Last Friday, renowned forensic scientist Henry Lee toured the wreckage of the Middletown, Conn., Kleen Energy construction site on behalf of lawyers representing dead and injured construction workers.

New London, Conn., lawyer Robert I. Reardon and Hartford, Conn., attorney M. Hatcher “Reese” Norris, of Butler, Norris & Gold, sought a court order March 1 to shut down the site, where a Feb. 7 explosion occurred, to preserve evidence. Reardon represents a group of injured electricians, and Norris represents the estate of one of the six workers who died.

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