Man dies after falling from railroad bridge in Lancaster City

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A man fell to his death from a railroad bridge in Lancaster City on Saturday afternoon.

Scott W. Bronner, 49, of Lancaster, died after falling 50-60 feet from an Amtrak bridge that spans the Conestoga River and East Walnut Street, according to Lancaster County Coroner Steve Diamontoni.

Details were not available on why Bronner was on the bridge.

An autopsy is set for Monday.


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