A man died when the crop duster he was flying struck a radio tower, sending his aircraft into a field just north of Enid. State and federal agencies are investigating the crash, which is eerily similar to another crop dusting accident that occurred in the area just last month. Rodney Sherry, 52, was working for Deterding Aerial Spray based in Pond Creek, Oklahoma. The plane he was flying was owned by Jim Deterding. In late May, Deterding’s brother Andrew Deterding was killed when the crop duster he was piloting for another company struck a radio tower. The radio tower that ... Read More
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