Radio Noon - Manitoba | Mar 14, 2013 | 8:31

Buried in a Grain Bin

He was buried alive in a grain bin... TAKE TAPE: FARM CLIP 2..OUT: IN THERE..RUNS: 5 SECS.. and all he could think about was was his wife and young daughter. Manitoba farmer Randy Froese shared his near death experience with us, as part of Farm Safety

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