Spartanburg Man Dies After Being Pinned In Creek By Four-wheeler - WSPA.com

Spartanburg Man Dies After Being Pinned In Creek By Four-wheeler

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The Spartanburg County Coroner's Office says Herbert Franklin Geier of Mt. Zion Road in Spartanburg was found in a creek on Saturday. The Spartanburg County Coroner's Office says Herbert Franklin Geier of Mt. Zion Road in Spartanburg was found in a creek on Saturday.

A 78-year-old man is dead after a four-wheeler accident in Spartanburg County over the weekend.

The Spartanburg County Coroner's Office says Herbert Franklin Geier of Mt. Zion Road in Spartanburg was found in a creek on Saturday.

Investigators say it appears he backed his four-wheeler off a steep embankment and landed in the water.  His four-wheeler landed on top of him.

An autopsy has been performed.  The cause of death has not yet been identified.

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