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High-flying turbine maintenance

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A crew from Wanzek Construction were spotted hanging from one of the Willmar wind turbines Wednesday, as they completed maintenance on the blades. Willmar Municipal Utilities General Manager John Harren said the work is normal for blades that have been spinning round for over a decade. The turbines have wear along the edges and fiberglass repairs are needed. Steve Ammermann / West Central Tribune
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