Wis. Man Removing Logs Struck, Killed By Branch

TOWN OF TREMPEALEAU, Wis. (AP) — A 45-year-old man has died in an accident while removing logs in the Town of Trempealeau.

The Trempealeau County sheriff’s office says Patrick George of Arcadia was driving a skidder Monday when he was struck in the chest by a branch or tree limb.

George’s brother called 911, but George died at the scene.

The accident remains under investigation.

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  1. I know best says:

    sorry for the loss, bring in O.S.H.A. to figure out what happened because WCCO can’t report on much of anything

  2. J D FROM ALA says:

    My husband Robert Dahl was a foster son of Ursi and Eddy Kramer but did not know Patrick George. Since Patrick’s activities are so common on a farm and Arcadia/Trempealeau is such a small area he would like to send his condolences to his family anyway. May God open his armsfor Patrick and give comfort to his family and friends.

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