Man killed by garbage equipment in Minnetrista

Police say the 61-year-old worker's body was found pinned in the hydraulic arm of the truck. The Hennepin County medical examiner and crime lab are investigating the death.
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Police say the 61-year-old worker's body was found pinned in the hydraulic arm of the truck. The Hennepin County medical examiner and crime lab are investigating the death.

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