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Idaho Electrical Worker Killed When Gear Falls

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IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (AP) - An employee of an eastern Idaho electrical contractor working at an elementary school died after a piece of electrical gear fell on him.
    
Officials in Bonneville County say 40-year-old Jeffrey Jaggar of Idaho Falls died Monday of injuries sustained while working at Longfellow Elementary School.
    
Bonneville County Coroner Rick Taylor says a piece of electrical gear fell on Jaggar.
    
A company spokesman at Wheeler Electric Inc. says Jaggar worked for the company for 13 years and was a valued member of the team.
    
Officials with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration are investigating.
    
Jaggar is survived by his wife and son.

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