Columbia City, IN — A worker was killed on Monday night (August 5, 2013) after a fatal accident at the Steel Dynamics, Inc plant near Columbia City. Police identified the worker sa 44-year old Jeffery Flory, but did not state how the accident happened.
According to the reports so far, Flory was working at the steel plant’s structural and rail division at about 10:00 p.m. when an unknown accident happened. Flory passed away at the scene of the accident and investigations were reportedly underway early Tuesday morning.
There have been no updates issued so far and it was unclear what kind of accident occurred. The coroner stated that the cause of death was multiple blunt force trauma, but did not release any more details.
Scene of the Accident
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