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Harcourt man killed in grain bin accident near Dayton.
Posted: Jul 11 2013 by ppowers

 The identity of the man who died on Tuesday as the result of falling into a grain bin northwest of Dayton was released on Wednesday. He is 30 year old Brandon T. Mullen of Harcourt. Mullen,Jason Bair and property owner Steven Grettenberg were working on emptying the grain bin when Mullen accidentally fell into the bin at 3442 Oak Avenue. Rescuers and firefighters from some nearby communities responded along with the Webster County Sheriff's Department. Power saws were used in trying to cut open the doors to the bin where Mullen was located. The body was recovered on Tuesday afternoon. An autopsy is scheduled to be performed on the cause of Mullen's death.

 The identity of the man who died on Tuesday as the result of falling into a grain bin northwest of Dayton was released on Wednesday. He is 30 year old Brandon T. Mullen of Harcourt. Mullen,Jason Bair and property owner Steven Grettenberg were working on emptying the grain bin when Mullen accidentally fell into the bin at 3442 Oak Avenue. Rescuers and firefighters from some nearby communities responded along with the Webster County Sheriff's Department. Power saws were used in trying to cut open the doors to the bin where Mullen was located. The body was recovered on Tuesday afternoon. An autopsy is scheduled to be performed on the cause of Mullen's death.

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