Emergency services rush to Haslington resident who 'got their hand stuck' in lawnmower
By The Editor
14th Mar 2023 | Local News
Emergency services rushed to a Haslington resident who 'got their hand stuck' in a lawnmower - freeing them and taking them to hospital.
The incident in the garden of a property on Clay Lane, Haslington, close to Lakemore Farm, happened around 1:16pm on Saturday 11 March.
One fire engine from Crewe quickly arrived at the scene - along with North West Ambulance Service paramedics.
Crewe firefighters used an impact driver and cutters to dismantle the mower.
They freed the person's hand from the device - passing them into the care of paramedics.
The local resident was taken to Leighton Hospital to be treated.
A Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: "Firefighters were called to reports of a person who had got their hand stuck in a lawnmower in Haslington.
"The crew used an impact driver and cutters to dismantle the mower and free the person's hand before passing them into the care of paramedics."