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Shoshone Woman Dies In Farm Accident

A 62-year-old south-central Idaho woman has been killed in an agricultural accident. 

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The Idaho Mountain Express reports Susan Shoup of Shoshone died shortly after 2 p.m. on Feb. 3 after she fell from a mechanized stacking machine at a ranch south of Bellevue.  Bellevue Marshal Bryan Carpita says Shoup and her husband had hauled a load of hay to a ranch and were unloading it when the accident occurred. Carpita says Shoup had crawled up on the stacker to move some bales and was coming back down when she fell and hit her head on the fender of the stacker.

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