A 102-year-old man has died after he was trapped on the roof of his home for three days.
Ron Easton had climbed on to the roof of his home in Devon, UK, to fix his TV aerial.
But the elderly man suffered a fall and was unable to get down, laying there for three days.
Neighbours became suspicious after a build-up of milk and papers at Easton's front door.
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"I thought he was asleep but I needed to get someone to have a look," delivery woman Trish Bagley told the BBC.
Someone contacted police who found Easton lying face down on a garden rake with his bucket of tools next to him, according to the South Western Ambulance Service.
Bagley said: "I had no idea he was there, I just knew something was wrong.
"He always takes his milk in every day so alarm bells rang - Monday and Tuesday's milk was there so he was probably there from Sunday."
A Twitter account for Kingsbridge Police said Easton died on Friday, adding: "Our sincere condolences go out to the family and friends of Ron."