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Hunterdon County Man Trapped By Industrial Lawn Mower Breaks Leg

A man using an industrial lawn mower in Hunterdon County broke his leg after the machine slid down a hill, tipped over and trapped him Wednesday morning, state police said.
A man using an industrial lawn mower in Hunterdon County broke his leg after the machine slid down a hill, tipped over and trapped him Wednesday morning, state police said. Photo Credit: Pixabay

A man using an industrial lawn mower in Hunterdon County broke his leg after the machine slid down a hill, tipped over and trapped him Wednesday morning, state police said.

The incident occurred at a residence on Old Schoolhouse Road in Bethlehem Township around 8:45, Sgt. Philip Curry said.

The man was able to free himself from under the mower and was transported to St. Luke’s with a suspected broken leg and other non-life-threatening injuries, Curry said.

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