Death Scene Cleanup in Owensboro, Kentucky

Advanced Bio Treatment Believes in Compassion First Our team at Advanced Bio Treatment is here to help families and business all across the U.S. when tragedy strikes.  Our goal is to lighten the burden, even if it is simply by respectfully and compassionately assisting in the removal of a loved-one's remains from a traumatic death or cleaning and recovering a gruesome death scene.  Sometimes, more important than our highly advanced decontamination services and biohazard removal expertise is our ability to shield you and your family from suffering further trauma when the daunting task of "cleaning up" is necessary. Two years ago, a team of our technicians was called out to a small farmhouse on the outskirts of Owensboro, Kentucky.  The scene was a brutal one in which a child had been fatally injured by a riding lawn mower.  It was a friend of the family that called and requested our services, knowing that…

Death Cleanup in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Car Lift Collapses and Kills Mechanic - Death Cleanup Most of us don't think much of dropping our cars off at the local car mechanic or car dealership for an oil change or repair.  It's all routine for the mechanics that work on cars every day with the rare exception of a mysterious problem that has everyone scratching their heads or an accident in which someone is injured or killed on the job.  Some jobs are more prone to injuries, and car mechanics certainly get minor abrasions, burns, and cuts due to the nature of their work, but death just isn't a risk most mechanics consider.  Peter had worked for at an auto repair shop in Pittsburgh, PA for over a year the day a car lift failed and collapsed while he was working on it.  It was one of those accidents no one anticipates and you just don't ever even…

Unattended Death Cleanup in Mobile Alabama

Unattended Death Cleanup Mobile Alabama is home to the first Mardi Gras and grand, century-old oak trees and exemplifies the Old South and its deep history with charm.  Ernest and his wife of almost 70 years, Fayla, had grown up together in Mobile, married when they were nineteen-years-old, and had four children and a beautiful life together.  Ernest wouldn’t have dreamed of leaving Fayla’s side, not even for a night, and spent his days caring for her in their Victorian home near the bay.  Ernest’s oldest son, James, suspected that his father was suffering from dementia and was beginning to see signs like confusion with the names of his own children and disorientation when navigating anywhere other than his own home.  It wasn't until the morning after a violent storm had hit their town, flooding streets and leaving many without electricity, that James discovered just how far advanced his father's dementia…