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BERNVILLE, Pa. (AP) – Police say a bulldozer ran over and killed a man who was fleeing officers in Pennsylvania.

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State police say an employee with the Pennsylvania Game Commission was operating the bulldozer on game lands in Penn Township Monday morning when he saw a car parking in a field.

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Bernville police were called to the scene, and two men fled on foot as officers arrived. One man was captured and taken into custody, and the other man escaped.

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State police located the second man in thick underbrush using a helicopter and instructed the bulldozer to go to the man’s location. The man was found dead underneath the back of the vehicle shortly afterward.

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The first man is facing charges of drug possession and trespassing. Police have not identified the man killed.

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