SPOKANE, Wash. – Doctors trying to extricate a 29-year-old mill worker whose leg became caught in an industrial auger on an external catwalk six stories above ground had to perform an on-site amputation in order to free the man. Rescue workers who were called to the scene at a Purina Mill in an industrial section of Spokane, Wash., had to climb several stories to access the man, but could not free his leg from the machine. Grain dust swirling around the equipment complicated rescue efforts, Spokane fire officials told the Spokesman Review. Police picked up orthopedic and vascular surgeons and transported ... Read More
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