Indiana News

Man under Bloomington Mobile Home Likely Fell

  BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) _ Preliminary autopsy results indicate a man whose body was found underneath a Bloomington mobile home died accidentally.
  Bloomington Police Lt. Steve Kellams says 52-year-old Michael Droll of Bloomington was probably intoxicated and it appears a fall most likely caused his death.
  Kellams told The Herald-Times Tuesday that scrapes and bruises on the body are consistent with a fall. The cause of death remains under investigation.
  Kellams says Droll had called his girlfriend and was looking for her residence in the same mobile home park. The officer says it’s not clear why Droll was under another mobile home.
  Children found Droll’s body Sunday night.

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