Aussie farmer dies after being trapped under car by a crane

A man was trapped under a car in Adelaide’s CBD on Wednesday afternoon when a crane fell on top of his car.

The 36-year-old was on his way to work when the accident happened.

He was taken to a nearby hospital and later died.

It’s understood the crane was a large one weighing about 150 kilograms and was operating in the city’s inner west when it fell.

Cabin crews have been searching the area for the crane and have released images of the incident showing a large portion of the crane being lifted from the ground.

The crane is a large piece of equipment used to haul farm equipment up the side of buildings.

The man is believed to be a retired construction worker.

Aerial footage of the area showed the crane dangling from the crane housing.

The incident happened around 8.45am.

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A lot of people have been trying to make it to the farmhouse for years, and some of them, like David and Laura Zalewski, have been there for years.

David Zalova started his farm on his own in 1999, but he has since built a small business from the ground up.

He’s run it through his daughter, Laura Zalsewski, who manages the business.

David’s farm, The Zalovas, employs about 40 people, including four full-time workers.

Laura Zalovsky is the CEO of the Zalovan Family Farm, which owns and operates about 15 farms in the South and Midwest.

Her husband, David, works on the farms.

The Zalovich’s have been growing vegetables for years at their small, rural farm, and their family is thrilled with the farm’s success.

David told us that he’s hoping to get to the point where his family can expand and build out the business, which they’ve started on their own.

“We’re trying to be able to get it bigger and bigger and do a better job of maintaining and expanding it,” Laura Zavolsky told us.

“So it’s a big job.”

The Zavowsers are also helping a lot of other farmers.

They’ve been doing business with local food producers for years and the Zavossys say that they’re growing organic produce on their farms as well.

The farm also provides free food to those who can’t afford to buy it themselves.

The Zavosters are working with a local community group called The Farm in Mississippi to help improve the food system and provide other resources to farmers.

The family also helps run a food pantry at the Zals’ house, and the couple is helping to distribute meals to low-income families, like the Zloms.

The couple says that they’ve also been working with local businesses to help people find new ways to use the space.

They hope to get even more creative in the future, and plan to turn The Farm into a restaurant.

The Family Farm also owns a new, larger, greenhouse for the Zolaws.

The new greenhouse has about 2,000 square feet, and it’s going to be a big change for David.

“It’s going be a lot more work,” he told us, “but we think we can do it.”

“It’s a huge, big change, and I think it’s an important step forward in the food movement,” David Zalowski added.

“We think it will make it easier to grow food for ourselves, and more accessible to other families who are trying to grow a farm.

We think that’s going, in a good way, to improve the quality of life for everybody.”

David Zlova and Laura, right, with their farm-to-table farm-fresh produce.

Laura and David Zlowski in the greenhouse.

The zalowsy farm, which is owned by the Zazys, is a great way to get organic produce.

The first thing you notice when you walk in is that the walls are painted white, and they’re covered with the word “farm.”

But this is where David and the zalaws go to get the farm started.

Laura said that the ZZs are a little surprised when they see people in the back of their van, but that they see the potential for the farm.

“Theres always room for improvement,” she said.

“I think that the biggest thing is we just want to make sure that the quality and the health of the produce, the health and well-being of the animals is there.

That’s our main focus.

The farm is so small, but the potential is huge.”

The family has been able to expand the Zapols’ operation to a new farm in Georgia, and David has started another farm on the way.

“This is a farm that’s very different than the farm that we were growing in Mississippi,” David said.

“I’m glad that we’re finally here, because we feel like we’ve been able grow to a certain size,” Laura added.

The next farm, in Florida, is expected to be ready in late 2017.

David told us about his new farm-free dream.

“It really feels like I’m getting a home.

I’m not just going to sit here and work and get food and pay my