Authorities say a ConAgra worker had cocaine in his system when he accidentally fell to his death last summer at an Alton flour mill.
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The combined company will have total sales of about $18 billion annually. The companies value the transaction at about $6.8 billion when debt is included.
47-year-old Jay Van Buskirk fell from a manlift Saturday.
Southern Ill. flour mill owner ConAgra Foods says it will appeal.
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