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It was an early departure from the Minnesota State Fair for Liberty BayBridge, right, and about 120 other 4-H youths Thursday after some of their colleagues came down with the H1N1 flu. Her mother, Penny, prepares to pull a cart loaded with items Big Stone County 4-H'ers took to the fair.

Flu sends 120 4-H'ers home from fair; Lake Park-Audubon student tests positive

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The magic ended five days early for Liberty BayBridge and about 120 of her fellow 4-H'ers.

A performer in a 4-H arts troupe putting on a show entitled "Magic," BayBridge found herself leaving the Minnesota State Fair 4-H Building dormitory Thursday, a precaution after four of her colleagues and a staff member came down with the H1N1 flu, originally called swine flu.

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