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Kenneth A. Bertz, 11904 Steffek Road, was working a logging truck when the growth on top of the pickup truck tangled with power lines, Portage County Coroner Scott Rifleman said. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Rifleman said. “He exited the vehicle at that time and contacted the bottom. He touched the bottom Once, that’s when the electrocution occurred.” Bertz had been working in the woods close to the golf course alone, Rifleman said. He was found out with a Wisconsin River DRIVER employee who was simply looking into a power failure at the course.
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At 8:37 a.m. the 911 call was made. EMPORIA, Kan. on while restoring power to lines damaged by Hurricane Katrina in Kenner – An Emporia man was wiped out, La., regulators said. Nick Buxton, 27, worked for Kansas City, Mo.-structured PAR Electrical Contractors Inc., and collapsed while on a computer program pole, said Kenner Police Capt.
Sioux Falls, Within a weekend incident SD – We have now know the name of the southwest Minnesota farmer who died. Sixty-five-year-old Harvey Arvin Van Whye was run over Saturday by the tractor he was driving near Steen. The Rock County Sheriff’s Department says Van Whye was thrown from the tractor after running into a hay bale.
Van Whye was air-lifted to a Sioux Falls medical center where he was pronounced dead. OMAHA, Neb. — Cass County, Iowa, officials are looking into the death of a longtime city employee. Byron Jones, 52, of Atlantic, led police on the chase through the region on Saturday night. Jones allegedly stole a city dump truck, broke into a gun shop, and took off with some weapons.
Atlantic police, Cass County deputies, and Iowa state troopers helped in the run after. Jones could lose the officers and was entirely on a gravel road dead from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. The Iowa Department of Criminal Investigations is looking into the incident. Kansas City — Two firetrucks giving an answer to a brush fireplace in south-central Kansas collided head-on Wednesday, killing one firefighter.
The accident happened about 4 p.m. Hutchinson as both vehicles from Reno County Fire District No. 7 taken care of immediately a managed field burn that had become beyond control, the Reno County Sheriff’s Office said. The office said poor presence within the roadway contributed to the crash. One driver was pronounced dead at the scene and the driver of the other truck was uninjured, the sheriff’s office said. The name of the sufferer had not been released. It was unclear if other people were on either truck. Chicago, IL — A 25-year-old construction worker was killed Monday on Chicago’s West Side whenever a second-floor scaffold gave way, officials said.
Barry Hagas, whose address was not available Tuesday night time, was pronounced useless at 5:25 p.m. Monday in Mt. Sinai Hospital, according to the Cook County medical examiner’s office. Pages have been focusing on a scaffold on the second floor of the building under structure at 1655 S. St. Louis Ave. when a ladder helping the scaffold gave way, law enforcement spokeswoman JoAnn Taylor said.