Greenville man killed in Spartanburg recycling plant accident

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SPARTANBURG, SC – A Greenville man was killed in a mechanical accident at a Spartanburg recycling plant yesterday afternoon.

The accident happened just before 1:30 p.m. at the CMC Recycling plant on Nazareth Church Road, according to WYFF4.

The victim is 68-year-old Greenville man Freddie Calvin Williams, Jr.

The accident was caused by a broken mechanical part that Williams was reportedly working on.

An autopsy was scheduled to be held today.

Our team will monitor this developing story, and as more details are made public, we will update our blog with information as it comes to light.

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