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Construction worker killed in East Grand Forks accident identified

Authorities have identified a man killed after a fall at a construction site Monday afternoon. Richard G. Bruce, of Grand Forks, died from his injuries after falling through garage rafters 10 feet onto concrete at a construction site for a new ho...

Authorities have identified a man killed after a fall at a construction site Monday afternoon.

Richard G. Bruce, of Grand Forks, died from his injuries after falling through garage rafters 10 feet onto concrete at a construction site for a new home in East Grand Forks Monday afternoon. He was 58.

Bruce was pronounced dead at Altru Hospital Tuesday, according to the East Grand Forks Police Department.

He was working on a new home on the corner of St. Andrews Drive and Troon Circle Northwest at the time of his fall, Lt. Rodney Hajicek said. First responders were called to the scene at 5:03 p.m. Monday.

Bruce was working for Affinity Builders, a Grand Forks company, at the time of his death, Hajicek said. Calls to the company have not been returned.

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