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SW Kansas man dies in grain elevator accident

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HASKELL COUNTY, Kan. (KAKE) -

A Liberal, Kansas man was killed when he became trapped in a grain elevator.   The accident happened last week in Haskell County. 

Emergency crews were called to the ADM facility at 1892 U.S. Highway 83.   Two employees were in a grain silo,  trying to remove a third employee who was trapped.  Javier Trejo, 25, was pronounced dead at the scene.  

An autopsy will be performed.  

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