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A fall at the Texas A&M stadium has left a 25-year-old construction worker dead. The tragedy took place on Dec. 3, 2013. The man's name was Angel Garcia. He was reportedly employed by Lindamood Demolition at the time of his death. The company is in the process of renovating the stadium to the tune of $450 million, and Garcia was working on those renovations.

Garcia was working on the north end of the Texas A&M stadium at the time of the fall. Reports indicate that the man was four stories high when he unexpectedly lost his balance and plummeted to the ground, ultimately resulting in his death, UPI reported..

Garcia was transported to a local hospital, St. Joseph Regional Health Center, following the Texas A&M stadium fall. Unfortunately, he was declared dead shortly after arrival.

Texas A&M and Kyle Field President R. Bowen Loftin expressed his condolences in a recent statement: "On behalf of Texas A&M University and the extended Aggie family I offer our deepest sympathy to the family of the construction worker who tragically passed away." Texas A&M stadium is also known as Kyle Field.

Little else is known about the man who perished in the tragic Texas A&M stadium fall. May he rest in peace.

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