Comments for: Dayton man dies after falling 80 feet from lift at gravel plant

Posted Dec. 20, 2012, at 6:29 a.m.
Last modified Dec. 20, 2012, at 9:25 a.m.

DAYTON | A York County man died Wednesday night after he fell from a work lift, according to police. Shawn Hutchins, 41, an employee of Dayton Sand and Gravel, was on an 80-feet “man lift,” according to York County Maj. Bill King, when he fell. King said it is …

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  • Anonymous

    BDN get back when you actually have the story

    • Anonymous

      atleast they didn’t add their own version. (ie. the pit bull/wolf story on monday)

    • westshores

      The news does not know why this man lost his life-they are passing on what they do have. Every news organization in the world has covered the school shootings in Newtown. Nobody has been able to determine why this young man did this. They don’t have the “why” either. Should the various news organization have not reported anything until they had all the facts?

  • Anonymous

    condolences to the man’s family and friends.

    • Anonymous


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