Las autoridades encontraron el cuerpo de un hombre bajo el puente Massoni en la carretera T PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 16 May 2013 14:24

Oficiales y bomberos del condado de Seward retiran un cuerpo colocado en una cesta de rescate de debajo del puente Massoni alrededor de las 3:40 pm del pasado Jueves por la tarde en el ferrocarril cortada en County Road T del lado norte de la carretera 54 en el condado de Seward. De acuerdo con un informe publicado por el Condado de Seward Undersheriff Gene Ward, el cuerpo era el de un hombre de 60 años de edad del condado de Meade, que murió de un balazo autoinfligido en la cabeza. "El nombre del sujeto no fue publicado en espera de la notificación a los miembros de la familia", señaló Ward. Ningun otro detalle fue publicado. El cuerpo se encontró a mitad de camino por el terraplén del corte bajo el puente. Foto El Lider / Larry Phillips

 
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