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Crop Duster Crashes In Archer County

 A man remains in the hospital Sunday after his crop duster went down south of Archer City Sunday morning.   
DPS officials say the Air Tractor pilot Timothy Crowell of Wichita Falls was in went down in a field next to Highway 79.
It happened about 10 miles south of Archer City just after 8:00 a.m. Sunday morning. 
Crowell was rushed to United Regional for treatment.  
We do not know his condition at this time but again, we do know his is still receiving treatment..  
Stay with 6 as we continue to follow this developing story.  
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