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Billings man killed in construction accident

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BILLINGS, Mont. -

A Fisher Construction Company worker has died following an accident at the former Labor Temple Hall. 

Yellowstone County Assistant Coroner Richard Hoffman identified the man as 39-year-old David Shepard of Billings. Hoffman said an autopsy is being performed to determine the cause of death. 

Fisher Construction said the Shepard was killed by a beam that fell from the ceiling. The crew was not working on the beam at the time of the accident. 

In a Facebook post, Fisher Construction said they are deeply saddened by the tragic accident. 

An investigation into the accident is underway.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

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