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Cubicles: the silent killer

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L.A. County Employee Found Dead in Cubicle a Day Later

 

The exact cause of death remains unclear.

 

DOWNEY (KTLA) -- An L.A. County employee apparently died while working in her cubicle on Friday, but no one noticed for quite some time.

 

51-year-old Rebecca Wells was found by a security guard on Saturday afternoon. She was slumped over on her desk in the L.A. County Department of Internal Services.

 

"I came in Saturday to do a little work, and I saw them when they were taking her out," co-worker Hattie Robertson told KTLA.

 

The exact time of death is not clear, but detectives say that, at worst, she had been dead for a day before her body was discovered.

 

The last time a co-worker saw her alive was Friday morning around 9:00 a.m., according to Downy police detectives.

 

Wells, a USC graduate, was a longtime compliance auditor, and had recently become a grandmother, according to co-workers.

 

Investigators have not determined the official cause of death, but they say foul play is not suspected.

 

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i dunno wtf she's so happy about, her co-workers didn't notice a difference between alive-her and dead-her

 

 

 

 

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if i ever die in a cubical, i'll come back to life just walk outside and walk in front of a bus.

 

 

really though, how do people go through a whole workday and not notice this chick was dead. unless their was something i didnt read, cause i didnt really read everything.

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nope, that's what happened

someone saw her alive friday at 9am, then someone found her dead the next day, and it seemed she had been dead quite awhile.

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