Asphyxia killed 3 found in MD manure pit
May 28, 2012 by Lancaster Online
May 28, 2012 – A Baltimore County medical officer has determined what killed a PA man and two of his sons whose bodies were found recently in a manure pit on a Maryland farm.
According to state police in Maryland, Glenn W. Nolt, 48, and his sons, Kelvin, 18, and Cleason, 14, died of asphyxia.
In addition, the body of Cleason Nolt had injuries believed to have been inflicted by a large propeller on the end of an auger that circulates the liquid manure in the pit. READ MORE