INNEAPOLIS (WCCO) â€“Â A benefit account has been set up for the children of a manÂ killed in an accident MondayÂ when a crane tipped over in Maplewood.
Cory Lewellin, 34, leaves behind three sons, and his fiancÃ©e is expecting another child, a girl, next month.
The Greater Minnesota Credit UnionÂ announced Wednesday that a benefit account has been set up for Lewellinâ€™s children. Contributions are currently being accepted at the credit unionâ€™s locations in Mora, Milaca, Isle, Elk River, Pine City and Ogilvie.
On Tuesday, one of Lewellinâ€™s co-workers said heÂ owns his life to Lewellin. Rich Thies suffered a serious heart attack in August, and it was Lewellinâ€™s actions that saved his life.
â€œIâ€™m here because of what Cory did,â€ Thies said.