(LENOX) A Lenox man died following an accident Wednesday morning.
The Lenox Police Department says at around 10:20 am, 92-year-old Mack McCall was in the process of entering the automatic car wash when he experienced a medical problem that caused him to lose consciousness. The truck accelerated through the closed overhead door, crossed Maple Street, two yards, a fence and Van Buren Streets before crashing into a combine head at Barker Implement.
McCall was not breathing when officers arrived on scene. The ambulance arrived on scene and CPR was started with assistance from employees of Barker Equipment. McCall was transported to the hospital where he later died.
The damage to the car wash was estimated around $4,000. The damage to the fence was estimated at $500. McCall’s pickup was a total loss. The damage to the grain head is unknown at this time.