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Worker Dies After Falling Into Grape-Picking Machinery in Napa: Cal/OSHA

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    Rescue crews are responding to reports of a person who fell into and is stuck in a grape picker in Napa County, according to Cal Fire.

    A worker fell into a grape-picking machine and died in Napa County Monday, according to Cal/OSHA.

    The Napa County Medical Examiner's office identified the worker as Leon Marcelo Lua, a 49-year-old Napa resident.

    Rescue crews responded to reports of a person who fell into a grape-picking machinery in Napa County, according to Cal Fire.

    The incident occurred at the Deconinck Vineyards at 1006 Monticello Road.

    Cal/OSHA is investigating the incident.

    Further information was not immediately available.

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