Owner killed in shop fire

A man died from severe burns he suffered when the workshop for his tree care business caught fire on July 14, 2021, in Jackson County, Michigan.

Lonnie Miller, owner of Lonnie’s Hauling & Tree Service in Henrietta Township, died July 28 from complications of thermal burns he suffered during the July 14 fire.

In the aftermath of the fire, Miller was taken to the University of Michigan Hospital with second-and third-degree burns to about 60% of his body. The building was destroyed by the fire, according to a www.mlive.com report.

Previous Article

Climber rescued from spar

Next Article

City arborist killed in struck-by

You might be interested in …

Tree worker killed

A climber and foreman for a line-clearance company was killed on the job on June 2, 2020, in Maryland. The victim was Donald E. “DJ” Walker, Jr., 26, of Lonaconing, Maryland. No details related to the incident were provided in Walker’s obituary in The Cumberland Times-News, and no other published report was found on the incident.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Click to listen highlighted text!