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Adel - Investigators are still trying to figure out what caused a cement wall to collapse and fall onto two men Tuesday.

The men were erecting the wall onto a receiving station at Sanderson Farms feed mill in Adel. Twenty-three year old Felipe D. Ramires of Austell was killed and his co-worker was seriously injured.

Investigators from the Occupational and Safety and Health Administration were at the mill Wednesday, trying to determine why the wall fell.

The men were both employees of a sub-contracting company that was getting Sanderson Farms ready for operation.

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