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MIDDLEBURY, IN - FEBRUARY 10: Recreational vehicles sit on the grounds of Jayco, Inc., the country's third largest maker of RVs, February 10, 2009 in Middlebury, Indiana. Middlebury is located in Elkhart County which had the highest jobless rate increase in the United States over the past 12 months, up from 4.7 percent to 15.3 percent. The increase can mostly be attributed to layoffs in the RV industry which dominates local manufacturing. Jayco has had to lay off a third of its workers and has asked for concessions from others. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

A Quebec man apparently stopped at a gas station to fill up his RV, went back inside his vehicle and collapsed. Nobody disturbed the RV for two days until the gas station employees finally called the police to have it moved.

When New Hampshire State Police looked inside the motor home, they found the body of 66-year-old Frank Sunde of Quebec. Authorities are still investigating but don’t believe the death was suspicious.

Doc, Brad and Kal had a lot of questions about this bizarre story on today’s show.

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