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"I pushed and it bit!" Utter's comment concerning what could have been a fatal accident

Posted: Wednesday, Feb 6th, 2013

Courtesy Photo. The solid white areas in this xray are the locations of pins and screws that were permanently implanted in the pelvis and hip of Wade Utter after he was run over by a tractor.

WHEATLAND It is difficult for the victims of an accident to relive the scenario. However, in the case of Sharon and her son, Wade, Utter, the telling may make others more cautious in their actions.

Saturday, June 30, 2012, on the Utter farm west of Wheatland, this mother and son were using every available ray of daylight and every ounce of already-exhausted bodies and minds to get the last 50 bales of hay off the field so irrigation could resume. Wade's 9-year-old son, Garrison, was helping the process by riding the four-wheeler with possibly needed tools.

For the complete article see the 02-06-2013 issue.

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