The number of snowblower injuries has soared in some hospitals after a Christmas blizzard left some parts of the Northeast buried under 2 feet of snow, a Hackensack, New Jersey, paper reported. According to The Record, a dozen North New Jersey residents were treated in hospital emergency rooms this week with hand injuries ranging from minor lacerations to finger amputation. Snow removal can be tedious work, even with the assistance of a snowblower. Removing large volumes of wet, heavy snow can cause the exit chute to become clogged on some snowblower models. The machines contain powerful blades that suck the ... Read More
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