http://www.naplesnews.com/news/2011/jul/24/naples-park-man-recalls-efforts-trying-save-man-wh/ A man fell to his death Saturday night while trimming trees in North Naples. It wasn't clear Sunday afternoon whether the death of Amado Gomez, 32, was caused by coming into contact with a live electrical wire or falling more than 20 feet from a ladder while working at 361 Tradewinds Ave., in the Vanderbilt Beach area. "A guy was trimming trees when one of the limbs fell down from the tree and knocked him off the ladder," said homeowner John Purvis, 71. "I was walking out the door as I saw him just falling off the ladder." Purvis said he hired a company, Ramon Landscaping. However, the contact information for the company was not immediately available and no local firm by that name could immediately be found. Purvis also said that Gomez would occasionally do work independently around the Purvis' home, but that he was working with the company Saturday evening. Collier County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Michelle Batten said she believed more information on the landscapers, along with other information in an initial report, would be available on Monday. It was unsettling for residents Purvis and wife Teri Purvis, 67. "I was a medic for 35 years. I did CPR on him. He had no vitals, no pulse," said John Purvis. Collier sheriff's deputies soon arrived and used an automated external defibrillator, or AED, on Gomez, Purvis said. "When it comes close to you like that. He's a young person and I hated to see that. You just can't get used to it. It's a young life," Purvis said. The Sheriff's Office is conducting a death investigation, as is routine, Batten said. However, there is nothing suspicious about the death, she said. Little information about Gomez was immediately available, she said. Sheriffs deputies were called at 5:13 p.m. Saturday and Gomez was proclaimed dead at NCH North Naples Hospital, Batten said. Gomez's wife was at the hospital and was informed, but she was his estranged wife, Batten said. His address is not yet known. While the Collier County Medical Examiner's Office will determine the cause of death, Purvis said he suspected it was the fall. The man suffered a significant head injury, he said. "When he hit, in my opinion, he was gone," Purvis said.