Authorities have identified a man who was found dead inside an eastern Nebraska grain bin Monday morning.
Polk County Sheriff Dwaine Ladwig said the body of 30-year-old Jeremy Zavodsky was found by co-op employees around 8 a.m. Monday. The bin is located about a block away from the United Farmer's Cooperative main office in Shelby.
The man was not a cooperative employee. Authorities believe Zavodsky climbed a ladder and fell to his death.
Zavodsky leaves behind a wife and five children.
This latest death comes just weeks after another man died after a grain bin accident in Edgar.
Grain bins can be a safety concern and one area organization has stepped up grain bin rescue training with a portable simulator.
The grain-bin awareness class, through Mid-Plains Community College, is an eight-hour class aimed at making those employed in agriculture-related businesses aware of the types of things emergency responders need and will ask about in responding to a grain-bin rescue operation.
For more information on the classes, go to www.mpcc.edu.