A Feed Mill Worker Has Been Rescued From Feed Silo

Monday morning, a feed mill worker got stuck in a feed silo when doing some cleaning (routine maintenance). Fortunately, fire rescue personnel release him in time and he was relatively unharmed. It is said by the programs coordinator – Michelle Pahl that it was 9 a.m. when the incident happened. The feed silo is about 30 feet in diameter and 80 feet high. It is used to store wheat, soy, canola and other grains used in animal feed. To prevent the stored feed materials from hardening into big lumps, inside the silo, there are vertical cords.

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