Workers die in the fall at The Country Club in preparation for the US Open

The death of a *** security worker at the Country Club in Brookline is under investigation tonight. Staff found the body of six-year-old David McConnell honored this morning, investigators said. It appears that he fell about 10 feet from an area behind a *** tent that did not have *** railings. OSHA is also investigating this, and the club is hosting the US Open next week.

Authorities’ ID security guard killed this fall at Brookline’s The Country Club in preparation for the US Open

A security guard died overnight after a fall at The Country Club in Brookline, where preparations are underway for the upcoming US Open Championship. The victim, David C. McConnell, a resident of Revere, fell from a patio without railings behind a tent at some point during the night, the Norfolk County District Attorney’s office said. McConnell’s body was discovered Wednesday morning. Country Club said McConnell was hired by the American Golf Association. “Country Club is deeply saddened by the tragedy that happened earlier today. Our thoughts and prayers are for the individual and his family,” a spokesman for The Country Club wrote in a statement. Felling is not suspected, and the state medical examiner will determine an official cause of death and manner of death, said the DA’s office. The 122nd US Open runs from June 13 to 19 at The Country Club. With its beautiful views and panoramic views, the course is one of the cathedrals of the game and is considered by many to be the birthplace of American golf. Golf icon Tiger Woods announced on Tuesday that he would not participate in the tournament.

A security guard died overnight after a fall at The Country Club in Brookline, where preparations are underway for the upcoming US Open Championship.

The victim, David C. McConnell, a resident of Revere, fell from a patio without railings behind a tent at some point during the night, the Norfolk County District Attorney’s office said.

McConnell’s body was discovered Wednesday morning.

Country Club said McConnell was hired by the American Golf Association.

“The Country Club is deeply saddened by the tragedy that occurred earlier today. Our thoughts and prayers are with the individual and his family,” a spokesman for The Country Club wrote in a statement.

Felling is not suspected, and the state medical examiner will determine an official cause and manner of death, said the DA’s office.

The 122nd US Open runs from June 13 to 19 at The Country Club.

With its beautiful views and panoramic views, the course is one of the game’s cathedrals and is considered by many to be the birthplace of American golf.

Golf icon Tiger Woods announced on Tuesday that he would not play in the tournament.