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Farm worker dies in grain bin accident

It was a tragic day for one farm in a small town south of St. Louis, when one of the workers tragically died. Furthermore, in a freak accident, farm worker, Kenneth Hurley of Bloomfield died Tuesday after he was working on a grain bin. Likewise, the accident occurred when Hurley was running a grain vacuum, when the bottom fell out beneath him. Sadly, Hurley was buried under the grain and died at the scene. It took rescuers about an hour to remove Hurley from beneath the grain, and given the circumstances his death has been ruled an accident. There's no doubt that the rural town of Idalia, Missouri will be shaken up by this unexpected tragedy for some time to come.

The St. Louis personal injury attorney's at Meyerkord & Kurth are currently representing another client who was tragically killed in a grain bin accident in Illinois, and have over a century of experience to handle such traumatic cases as these. The esteemed group of attorney's at Meyerkord & Kurth understand that your family's safety is a top priority, and if an accidental injury or death should occur on workplace property we will fight on your behalf to make sure you receive the fair financial compensation you deserve. Please call us today for a free consultation and no obligation assessment of your potential case.

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