“Clearly the building is not new, but I had no reason to believe the integrity of the building was in doubt,” said Greg Easton, Woodgrain Millwork vice president.

“Clearly the building is not new, but I had no reason to believe the integrity of the building was in doubt,” said Greg Easton, Woodgrain Millwork vice president.

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Last November, the roof collapsed at Woodgrain Millwork in Prineville. Though no one was injured, former employees paint a picture of a work environment where building maintenance was lax and the roof leaked for years. An OSHA investigation after the collapse did not cite the company. Most of the mill closed down soon after, and nearly 200 people were laid off right before Christmas. We talk to OPB reporter Amanda Peacher about her investigation into this story.