Thursday, September 3, 2015

LOCAL MAN DIES AFTER FALLING INTO VAT OF COFFEE

MAN'S WIDOW RELIEVED TO HEAR FELLOW MILL WORKERS REPORT THAT HE DIDN'T SUFFER, IT WAS INSTANT.....

BRIDGEPORT, MN.

File photo of the deadly coffee vat. 
Wednesday didn't go well for a Bridgeport man who fell into a coffee vat at his place of employment.  Koff E. Bean, 40 was last seen falling and then sinking into a huge vat of coffee.
Crystal Bean attempts scalding herself
"He didn't suffer, It was instant!" co-worker, Triden Tru, 35, told OFF THE WALL NEWS anchor Dave Taylor.  Workers began looking for Bean immediately after the noon lunch period ended and his body was found just before the afternoon break, halting fears that his body may have gotten ground by the coffee machine.
When Bean's wife was told of his accident, she tried to join him by jumping into bed and pouring hot coffee on her face.  Luckily she was stopped by a neighbor and the high priced coffee was saved.  Later in an exclusive interview, she told Dave Taylor how relieved she was when she heard that her husbands death was in instant.  "He might have fallen into a vat of coffee crystals and he would have known the difference," she said, sipping an iced coffee.  "He was a coffee nut!"
Officials at the coffee plant said the plant would be closed until tomorrow, while they strain the vat for any of Bean's remains.  A memorial will be held pending notification of relatives and coffee plantation workers.

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