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Repairman Found Dead In Elevator Shaft Of Beverly Hills Apartment Complex

Authorities say the man died at the scene (Photo by Sashkin via Shutterstock)
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An elevator maintenance worker was found dead in the elevator shaft of a Beverly Hills apartment complex last night from an apparent workplace accident. Frank Barrile, 31, was an employee at Amtech Elevator Services, City News Service reports. He was found in the elevator shaft on the ground floor of a 3-story apartment building in the 400 block of S. Rexford Drive Thursday morning at about 8:50 p.m. Coroner's Assistant Chief Ed Winters said that Barille died at the scene and was wearing his work uniform at the time.

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