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Don Self, 55, killed in accident while transporting peanuts near Sipsey Fork Road north of Greenwood Springs, Mississippi

Modified Date: 
Thu, 10/02/2014 - 12:24pm
Accident Date: 
Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Hamilton farmer, community activist dies in accident

Self was active in Hamilton, as he was a driving force behind the establishment of Hamilton School’s What About Me? Playground Initiative and the community’s summer league park. 

Monroe County farmer dies in farming accident

Gurley says Self was caught in between his truck and the trailer of his 18-wheeler as an employee was preparing to hook it to the trailer.

Peanut spokesman Don Self dies in farming accident

Don Self, a leader in the Mississippi peanut industry and a member of the National Peanut Board, was killed Wednesday (Oct. 1) in a harvesting accident.
Hamilton farmer Don Self, 55, died Wednesday after an accident north of Greenwood Springs. Self was on a location with his equipment transporting peanuts and was caught in between his truck and the trailer of his 18-wheeler. Firemen freed him and he was flown to the North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo, where he was pronounced deceased.
People Involved: 
Don Self

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