No Charges In Death Of Postal Worker

(Dundee, Mi-WWJ) No criminal charges are expected to be filed in the bizarre death of a Monroe County letter carrier this week.

Nancy Schafer died when a 500-pound slab of concrete fell on her as she delivered mail in Dundee Tuesday.

Heavy equipment was needed to remove the cement that crushed the 46 year-old resident of Dundee, who was talking on a cell phone to a co-worker at the time of the incident. Schafer was rushed to a nearby hospital and pronounced dead.

A Dundee Police spokesman says the concrete porch was being used to cover a cellar that had been sealed off from the rest of the house. Police have concluded that the incident was a tragic accident. No charges are expected against the owner of the house.

(Copyright 2011 WWJ Newsradio 950. All Rights Reserved. The Associated Press And The Detroit News Contributed To This Story.)


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