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Garbage truck slides off the road Submitted: 04/14/2014
Story By Dan McKinney


ONEIDA COUNTY - A man needed to be airlifted after his garbage truck slid off the road. It happened around 2:30 Monday afternoon on County Highway G in Oneida County.

We spoke with Oneida County Sheriff Grady Hartman on the phone and he said the driver was found next to the truck. He was airlifted to Aspirus Hospital in Wausau.



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