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Body of victim of Raywick, KY, mowing accident found

Former owner of Marion County, KY property aided successful search.

From the office of Marion Co. Sheriff Jimmy Clements

LEBANON, KY (Mon 22 May 2017) - On Friday, May 19, 2017, at 11amET, Deputies with Marion County Sheriff's Office responded to 4429 Scott Ridge Road, Raywick, KY, in response to the reported discovery of a body in a wooded area. Responding units were directed to the area on the property where Douglas E. Dauenhauer, 56, of Campbellsville, KY, had been found.

An investigation found that Dawuenhauer had recently purchased this property and went there on Thursday, May 18, 2017, to do some work.

Family members became concerne after unsuccessful attempts in contacting him. The former property owned, being familiar with this remote area, assisted the family and was able to locate Dauenhauer on the morning of Friday, May 19, 2017.

It appears the victim sustained injuries resulting in his death whan a tree fell on him while mowing in a wooded area.

The Marion County Coroner was called to the scene and took possession of the body.

This story was posted on 2017-05-24 12:33:13
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