MIDDAY Midwest Digest, June 13, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about wildfires, farm bankruptcy and getting stuck...in a tailpipe.

The San Juan National Forrest has closed for the first time in history due to wildfires. The fire has consumed almost 24,000 acres.

There were more than 100 Chapter 12 farm bankruptcies in the first quarter of 2018. Nearly 70% were in crop-production areas.

A young woman got her head stuck in a tailpipe of a truck during an music festival in Minnesota. She was removed, and cited for underage drinking.

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