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Missing Man Found Alive in Cornfield After Crash

A man who went missing was found alive Wednesday after crashing his Jeep in a cornfield.

According to officials with the Town of Burlington Police Department, 22 year-old Greg Kozinski rolled his Jeep Sunday, which ended up about 150 off the roadway in a cornfield. Beth Wagner, a family friend, said she was searching for Kozinski Wednesday when she and others followed a path in a cornfield and discovered him and the wrecked car. Wagner says Kozinski was disoriented when they arrived and asked for water.

Kozinski was transported by ambulance to Froedtert Hospital in Wauwatosa for treatment. A nursing supervisor with the hospital says he is in satisfactory condition.

Kozinski had been missing since 1:00 a.m. Sunday. Friends and family began searching for him, and filed a missing person report with police Monday morning.

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