Pa. man killed unloading hay bales

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A Pennsylvania man died over the weekend in an accident at a farm near Ransom Township, Pa.

According to a report by the Times-Tribune, 62-year-old Carl Noakes was killed while trying to unload hay bales from a skid-steer at a Lackawanna County, Pa., farm.

Coroner Tim Rowland told reporters that the bucket dropped for “unknown reasons,” pinning Noakes against the machine.

State officials continue to investigate the incident.

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