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Military tank used to demolish house

A few hundred people gathered in Kasota Saturday for some unusual entertainment. KARE 11 reports a crew from Drive-A-Tank was hired to demolish a home built in the mid-1800's. The property owners are making room to build a new home.
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A few hundred people gathered in Kasota Saturday for some unusual entertainment. KARE 11 reports a crew from Drive-A-Tank was hired to demolish a home built in the mid-1800's. The property owners are making room to build a new home.

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