OSHA said Archer Daniels Midland officials delayed the rescue time of an injured firefighter by failing to share details that could help locate him. This conversation is moderated according to USA TODAY’s community rules. Please read the rules before joining the discussion. It’s been four months since Adam Cain was badly injured in a explosion while fighting a fire. He’s coming back to work though. Tyler J Davis, Des Moines Register A report from Iowa safety officials claims firefighters were told there was no explosion hazard at a grain silo just before a blast killed one and badly injured another. Officials at Archer Daniels Midland Co. also slowed the rescue time of the injured firefighter by failing to communicate basic details about the silo, according to a report from the Iowa Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The blaze killed Clinton firefighter Lt. Eric Hosette, 33, and severely injured Clinton firefighter Adam Cain, 23, on the morning of Jan. 5. The two were fighting the fire “100 plus feet off the ground” when the blast occurred, Clinton City Administrator Matt Brooke told reporters in the days after. ADM supervisors were unsure of the c...