Near Houston, Texas, a man fell through the roof of a warehouse and died.

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The man fell through the roof of a 40-foot warehouse and died in Texas, and was probably caused by alcohol, according to investigators.

A group of three men, all presumably in their 20s, ”drank”Before heading to the warehouse in Cypress, Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said on Twitter on May 26.

Cypress is a suburb of Houston, located about 24 miles northwest of downtown.

The trio was able to gain access to the industrial site because one of the men had the key, Gonzalez said.

They used a crane to climb to the roof, climbing into an attached basket and climbing upstairs.

According to Gonzalez, it is unknown how long they stayed upstairs, but at one point one of the men collapsed to death through a mirror.

The man was pronounced dead at the scene.

Mitchell Willets is a real-time news reporter covering the central United States for McClach. He is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma and an outdoor enthusiast living in Texas.

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