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Minnesota pilot walks away from crop-duster crash in cornfield

A pilot is OK after crashing his crop-dusting plane Tuesday in western Minnesota. The Yellow Medicine County Sheriff's Office said the pilot, Bryce Orwick, 47, of Clara City, hit a power line before crashing in a cornfield just west of Hanley Falls.
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A pilot is OK after crashing his crop-dusting plane Tuesday in western Minnesota. The Yellow Medicine County Sheriff's Office said the pilot, Bryce Orwick, 47, of Clara City, hit a power line before crashing in a cornfield just west of Hanley Falls.

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