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Worker falls to death in Spartanburg

(Spartanburg-AP) April 28, 2006 - Investigators are trying to determine why a worker fell to his death while cleaning a skylight at a Spartanburg business.

47-year-old Donnie Myles Crocker of Spartanburg died in the fall Thursday. Officials say Crocker fell through the skylight at the building supply company where he worked.

Joseph Stewart with the Spartanburg County Coroner's Office estimated Crocker fell 18 feet. He was dead on arrival at Spartanburg Regional Medical Center.

Stewart says an autopsy is planned Friday.

Posted 8:11am by Bryce Mursch

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