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Nebraska farmer cuts off own leg with pocket knife after getting trapped in machine

Telegraph.co.uk Wednesday, 15 May 2019
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A farmer in Nebraska was forced to cut off his leg with his 3-inch pocket knife after he accidentally stepped into a grain auger last month. Matt yurus reports.

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