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In March 2016, a worker was found dead in a wooded area of Kern County, California, and local officials declared a state of emergency.

According to reports at the time, it was the result of a workplace accident.

The coroner’s report said that the man was killed after falling down a ladder, and that he was pronounced dead at the scene.

Three days later, a body was found at the same wooded location.

That same month, the coroner’s office said it was working with the county coroner’s department to determine if the man’s death was related to the work he had done at the plant.

A month later, the same coroner’s officials released an autopsy report that concluded the man had died from a “high-energy trauma,” though it didn’t say what exactly caused the injuries.

Three weeks after that report, a second body was discovered.

It was the first time in decades that a body had been found at a work site linked to a mass-casualty investigation.

On October 10, 2017, the Kern County Sheriff’s Office released a statement claiming that the first person found dead at a woodlands industrial facility had been killed by an unknown source.

“The Kern County Coroner’s Office has received numerous reports of deceased employees in the Kern Valley Industrial Park and Kern County County Woodlands Industrial Park.

As of this time, the investigation into this case is ongoing,” the statement said.

It added that the investigation “is continuing and we are working to determine the cause of death.”

The Coroner told local reporters that investigators were “working very closely” with the coroner “and working with a coroner’s toxicology lab,” but that “there is no indication” that there was anything criminal in the deaths.

The sheriff’s office also said that a “suicide note” had been recovered at the site.

However, it said the note was “consistent with an incident where a worker fell and suffered injuries” but that the sheriff’s investigators weren’t sure whether the man who committed suicide was connected to the incident.

The Coroners office had previously released a timeline of the investigation that indicated that “all of the workers involved in the incident were in a meeting with the sheriff and that a suicide note was found,” according to the Associated Press.

Two weeks later, on October 18, the sheriff announced that a suspect had been arrested, and it was announced that the death of the man found dead was “incident to an incident” that had taken place at the Kern plant.

Investigators would not say whether the “incidental” incident was related, or if the worker who had fallen to his death had died of a suicide.

Kern County Sheriffs Office released this statement about the Kern City death: “Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of this worker who died at the workplace on Monday, October 18.

The investigation is ongoing.

At this time the investigation is in its infancy and we cannot speculate further on the cause.”

A week after the coroners announcement, on November 8, a man was found hanging from a tree in Kern County.

The Kern County coroner’s investigators said that it was likely that the body had died as a result of “suicidal behavior.”

Authorities released a video on November 9, showing that the worker’s body was visible from a distance.

The video showed him sitting in a tree near a road in a forest, with a tree stump near his feet.

He appeared to have no visible injuries, and was wearing an orange jumpsuit.

He was later identified as a 32-year-old white male.

“There is no evidence to suggest that this was a random act, or that the person who fell to his untimely death had committed suicide,” the coroner said in the video.

On November 10, the Coroner released an update that said the investigation was “working well” and that the Kern Sheriff’s office was “actively pursuing leads.”

“We do not know if the circumstances leading up to this event are connected to previous incidents, and there is no information to suggest criminal activity at this time,” the Coronors office said.

A few days later on November 14, the county released a second statement saying that “the investigation is still ongoing and we have no information on what happened in this case.”

Authorities have said that there are still no clear answers about what happened at the woodlands facility.

On December 2, 2017 the Corons office released another statement, saying that investigators had “conducted a thorough investigation into the incident and the circumstances surrounding the death,” but “there are no clear leads as to the cause or manner of death of this individual.”

It said that investigators “have not ruled out any possible suspects.”

On December 4, 2017 Kern County released a new video that showed that a white man had been seen hanging in a log near a woodland near a highway.

Authorities had previously said that he had