A man died Thursday after he fell 50 feet off a radio tower on Mount Lemmon.
The fall happened at 11:45 a.m, according to the Pima County Sheriff’s Office.
Officials with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration are investigating.
Mount Lemmon Fire Department officials responded to the call. The man’s name has not yet been released.
Ralph Turk, a retired chief engineer from KVOA, knew the victim and said he was an experienced tower climber.
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