I was horrified by reading these seperate incidences in my paper today. I sure hope everyone reading these will be more safety concious while working out there. In Illinois: A 74-year-old Staunton man dies after falling about 35 feet to the ground, while trimming trees. Macoupin County Coroner Charles Landers says John Hall was trimming a tree in Staunton, Illinois Tuesday afternoon, when the bucket on his cherry picker truck malfunctioned. Landers says the bucket turned, and Hall fell out. Bystanders called authorities, and Hall was taken to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead of multiple internal injuries. The coroner's office and Illinois State Police are investigating the accident. Then in Ohio on the same day: A Kentucky man trimming trees at a home northeast of Cincinnati, was killed when a tree fell on him. James Napier was pronounced dead Tuesday at University Hospital in Cincinnati. The 35-year-old was from Dayton in Campbell County and worked for Scottie's and Son Tree Service. He suffered head and neck injuries. Officials with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration are investigating.