An Enterprise man working with a crew to erect a new grain silo in Enterprise fell to his death Tuesday morning. (KATY NESBITT/The Observer)
Harry McNall falls 60 feet while working on new grain silo
ENTERPRISE — An Enterprise man was killed in an accident Tuesday morning while erecting a new grain silo, according to Enterprise police.
Enterprise Chief of Police Wes Kilgore said Harry McNall, a longtime Wallowa County Grain Growers employee, was approximately 60 feet off the ground and walking along some scaffolding when the structure’s leg tipped over, buckled at 40 feet and slammed into the silo, catapulting McNall to the ground.
Kilgore said workers on the scene performed CPR immediately. Emergency responders assisted with chest compressions until an ambulance arrived. McNall did not recover from his injuries.
Earlier in the day the crew discussed safety precautions numerous times that may not have been followed, said Kilgore. Enterprise Police Department interviewed everyone at the scene, and Kilgore said a representative from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration will investigate the accident this week.
“All unattended deaths are the responsibility of the district attorney and medical examiner’s office,” said Mona Williams, Wallowa County district attorney.
When the Enterprise Police Department has concluded its investigation, Williams said she will be able to release information from that report.
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