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Construction worker dies after jumping into trench to rescue coworker from cave in

AMERICAN FORK, Utah (KSTU) -- A construction worker was killed in American Fork after jumping into a trench to save a co-worker from a cave in. The victim has only been identified as a 41-year-old man from Provo. Police say he died a hero. "Our hearts go out to this family. Dad, husband, goes to work this morning and they expect to see him this afternoon, it's a very tragic accident," said Lt.
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