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Wisconsin Rapids man hurt when trapped in manure spreaderSubmitted: 07/20/2018
WISCONSIN RAPIDS -
A Wisconsin Rapids man needed to be flown to a hospital after got trapped in a manure spreader in Wood County.

Deputies got a report the man was caught in the machine at 1:40 p.m. Thursday.

It happened at 3331 Gaynor Avenue.

Emergency responders were able to free the man, and took him to a landing zone where the Life Link III helicopter was waiting.

He was flown to Marshfield Medical Center.

His condition is not known.

Story By: Associated Press

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