For those who may not know, a Harrowbed is a machine used to scoop up and stack haybales.

You've probably seen one before, just didn't know what it was called. One of these machines was involved in a crash just outside of Moses Lake Monday, Memorial Day.

Grant County Deputies responded to the intersection of two county roads near the city around 10:30AM Monday for a report of a crash between and SUV and a Harrowbed.

Officials say the SUV, driven by 37-year-old Rachael Bylin of Enumclaw, was headed south and failed to stop an a stop sign at an intersection. Her Dodge Durango collided with a 1978 New Holland Harrowbed driven by 68-year-old Virgil Redwine of Moses Lake.

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Redwine sustained life-threatening injuries and was flown by chopper to a hospital in Wenatchee. Bylin sustained injuries but they were not life-threatening. She was taken to Samaritan Hospital in Moses Lake.

Three juveniles in Bylin's vehicle, ages, 8, 11, and 13, were not hurt. Grant County Deputies continue to investigate the incident. No update on Redwine's condition was available.

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