In new Jersey, a beach umbrella, torn by the wind, pierced old tourist from London
Author: Maxim Boriki
An elderly woman was urgently admitted to the nearest health facility. Photo: flickr/CC/dianasch/
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A terrible incident happened on Monday, July 16, at one of the beaches in the state of new Jersey. 67-year-old tourist from London, literally nailed to the ground, torn by strong wind, umbrella. Beach membership stabbed her right leg, and arrived at the scene, rescuers had to use special equipment.
Margaret Reynolds stay on the ocean this past Monday. The woman enjoyed good weather and could not have imagined that it would soon be in a hospital bed. At some point a strong wind blew, which blew off the place set nearby a beach umbrella. The elderly woman at first did not even realize what happened, and only felt a sharp pain in extremity. It was found in her right ankle struck the umbrella, which actually was stabbed in the leg.
The woman enjoyed good weather and could not have imagined that it would soon be in a hospital bed. Photo: twitter
The screams of the women immediately responded to the rescuers, who gave the victim first aid. After examining the wound, they realized that without the employees of the fire brigade can not do. The basis of beach accessories are deeply rooted in the body, and pull it just was not possible. Besides, there was a risk of large blood loss. Came to call the specialists decided to use a special cutterthat they separated the upper part of the umbrella.
An elderly woman was urgently admitted to the nearest health facility. Doctors have performed surgery on the leg and reported that the condition of the victim is assessed as “good“. However, the Reynolds have to go through a long course of recovery at her age is not easy to do. About relaxing on the beach woman will have to forget for a long time.
Recall that we recently wrote about the humpback whalethat was tangled in fishing nets. It happened just off the coast of new Jersey. The mammal was waiting for help for several days since the rescue team was not immediately able to reach the scene.
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