911 call released after trucker killed in Greenville industrial accident

UPDATE @ 8:39 a.m. (June 22):

A 911 call was released that included two people reporting the industrial accident that killed Shawn Davis, 44, of New Vienna.

“He’s pinned between a semi truck,” a woman told dispatchers before knowing how severe Davis’ injuries were.

A man then later came on the line and told dispatchers the severity of the injuries.

“It’s very bad,” the man said.

UPDATE @ 12:35 p.m. (June 21): 

Greenville police said a 44-year-old man who was injured in an industrial accident Tuesday at the Beauty Systems Group died Wednesday morning. 

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The man, identified as Shawn P. Davis, 44, of New Vienna, Ohio, succumbed to his injuries at 7:10 a.m. Wednesday, Greenville police said in a media release. 

Police said an initial investigation found Davis was partially outside the cab of his truck when he struck a docked trailer. This caused a jack to collapse, the trailer to fall, and pinned Davis between his truck door and the cab. 

Police said the incident remains under investigation by multiple agencies. 

UPDATE @ 8:49 a.m.:

A man was seriously hurt after being pinned between two trucks at Beauty Systems Group on Jaysville-St. Johns Road, according to police.

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According to investigators, medical personnel were performing CPR on the man before he was transported to a local hospital aboard a medical helicopter.

The victim was not an employee of Beauty Systems Group, but rather a trucking company that was at the business this morning.


A medical helicopter has been requested to the Beauty Systems Group on Jaysville-St. Johns Road this morning.

Initial reports indicated a victim may have been pinned in the loading dock area of the business.

Crews were dispatched to the scene around 7:45 a.m.

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