Ross Township Fire Department firefighters assemble a tube around farmer Jay Butterfield during the process of rescuing him from a soybean bin on his farm in Ross Township, Ohio, on May 30. He became buried up to his neck while trying to break up clumps of soybeans in the bin. (Ross Township Fire Department via AP)

Ross Township Fire Department firefighters assemble a tube around farmer Jay Butterfield during the process of rescuing him from a soybean bin on his farm in Ross Township, Ohio, on May 30. He became buried up to his neck while trying to break up clumps of soybeans in the bin. (Ross Township Fire Department via AP)

‘Like quicksand’: Ohio farmer survives soybean entrapment

Jay Butterfield was buried up to his chin in soybeans.

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