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Man freed from cement mixer

Posted: April 10, 2010 8:37 p.m.
Updated: April 11, 2010 6:00 a.m.
Four companies of Los Angeles County firefighters responded to a report of a man trapped in a cement mixer on Saturday.  Firefighters found a construction worker, who was not identified, with both hands trapped in the blades of the small cement mixer in front of 22429 Paragon Drive.  Firefighters used a rotary saw  and other power tools to open up the container and cut the blades away.  Onlookers at the scene stated that he was cleaning out the mixer after completing a job when the accident occurred. His hands suffered major injuries. Four companies of Los Angeles County firefighters responded to a report of a man trapped in a cement mixer on Saturday.  Firefighters found a construction worker, who was not identified, with both hands trapped in the blades of the small cement mixer in front of 22429 Paragon Drive.  Firefighters used a rotary saw  and other power tools to open up the container and cut the blades away.  Onlookers at the scene stated that he was cleaning out the mixer after completing a job when the accident occurred. His hands suffered major injuries.
Four companies of Los Angeles County firefighters responded to a report of a man trapped in a cement mixer on Saturday.  Firefighters found a construction worker, who was not identified, with both hands trapped in the blades of the small cement mixer in front of 22429 Paragon Drive.  Firefighters used a rotary saw  and other power tools to open up the container and cut the blades away.  Onlookers at the scene stated that he was cleaning out the mixer after completing a job when the accident occurred. His hands suffered major injuries.
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Four companies of Los Angeles County firefighters responded to a report of a man trapped in a cement mixer on Saturday.  Firefighters found a construction worker, who was not identified, with both hands trapped in the blades of the small cement mixer in front of 22429 Paragon Drive.  Firefighters used a rotary saw  and other power tools to open up the container and cut the blades away.  Onlookers at the scene stated that he was cleaning out the mixer after completing a job when the accident occurred. His hands suffered major injuries.

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