Man dies after fall from truck

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A man died after falling out of the passenger door of a pickup on Glade Park Road.

A woman comforts a young man by the side of the road at the scene of an accident at 1871 Glade Park Road where a 20-year-old man fell out of a pickup truck and died today. The man was a passenger in the pickup and was traveling with two companions to get firewood when he opened the door and fell. He died at the scene.

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