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Radio Noon - Manitoba | Aug 28, 2013 | 6:16

Farmer Rolls Tractor

Roy Vust is a retired farmer from Portage la Prairie. He almost lost his life when his tractor flipped and caught on fire. He shared his story with me in March as part of Farm Safety Week.

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