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Man dies in farm accident in north-central ND

BURLINGTON, N.D. -- A farmer in Ward County in north-central North Dakota died Friday, Nov. 16, in an apparent farm accident. The county sheriff's department said they are investigating the circumstances surrounding the accident and that an autop...

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BURLINGTON, N.D. -- A farmer in Ward County in north-central North Dakota died Friday, Nov. 16, in an apparent farm accident.

The county sheriff’s department said they are investigating the circumstances surrounding the accident and that an autopsy would be performed by the state examiner’s office.

The man was injured while working around a piece of farm equipment at the farm near Burlington.. Individuals and first responders tried to save the man, but he was unable to survive the injury and died at the scene, said the sheriff’s department.

The man's name was not released pending notification of next of kin.

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