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Two Teenagers Injured In Grain Elevator Near Enid

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Two EagleMed helicopters are flying to the scene of a grain elevator accident north of Enid. Two EagleMed helicopters are flying to the scene of a grain elevator accident north of Enid.

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ENID, Oklahoma – Two teenage boys injured in a grain elevator accident near Enid are recovering at an Oklahoma City hospital.

According to the Garfield County Sheriff's Office, the accident occurred at the Zaloudek Grain Company in Kremlin, Okla., just north of Enid, shortly after 9:00 a.m. Thursday.

The sheriff's office said the two 17 year olds were pulled into an auger.

The victims were flown by EagleMed helicopters to OU Medical Center.  Their conditions and names are not known. 


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