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Rusty at the Fair, Day 1: The first kid in line, and tiara lightning risks

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This year, veteran Twin Cities journalist Rusty Gatenby is bringing his unique perspectives on the Minnesota State Fair to BringMeTheNews readers. Check back daily for video updates.

Today, Rusty was there at the gate before dawn, chatting with the earliest fairgoers. And he knows just what to do with a beer-battered deep-fried brat that falls on the ground.

Check out more of Rusty's recent work on The Rusty Gatenby Review, and enter here for a chance to win a $2,500 shopping spree.

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