The University of California at Los Angeles "wholly neglected its legal obligations" to provide safety in a laboratory where a fire resulted in the death of a lab assistant three years ago, according to a report from Cal/OSHA -- a state work safety agency -- that was obtained by The Los Angeles Times. The report said that the professor supervising the lab "simply disregarded the open and obvious dangers presented in this case and permitted Victim Sangji to work in a manner that knowingly caused her to be exposed to a serious and foreseeable risk of serious injury or death." UCLA has denied negligence in what it has portrayed as an accident. The professor who ran the lab and the University of California Board of Regents have been indicted on charges that they failed to adhere to appropriate safety standards.
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