A landscape service worker died when a piece of a tree he was cutting off fell into the bucket of the cherry picker he was in and sent him falling over 50 feet to the ground.

Authorities arrived at a home on Flaggler Road in Leominster Thursday around 12 p.m. to find that Nick Kallio, 26, had fallen while cutting a tree branch that ricocheted into another tree, knocking him to the ground, WCVB reported.

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“I’ve never seen anything like that before in my life. I hope I never do again,” homeowner Dennis Owen, who witnessed the incident, said to CBS Boston.

Kallio was pronounced dead at Leominster Hospital, CBS Boston added.  

"My wife says, 'How can I sit out back there this summer and enjoy myself on the deck or by the pool thinking a guy just fell to his death out here?'" Owen said to WCVB. "It's a constant reminder."

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Kallio had been working at the home for hours before the incident, according to WCVB.