A LaGrange, Maine farmer is now reportedly in stable condition after a freak tractor accident last week. According to Bangor Daily News, N17 Cattle Co. owner William Nunnally, 40, was crushed by his tractor after his pant leg got caught on the gearshift upon dismount. Nunnally, who had just moved a bale of hay to feed his horses, suffered several broken bones in the accident.
Due to the the farm’s location on a narrow, rough dirt road and the amount of pain Nunnally was suffering, it took a Mayo Hospital ambulance almost 1½ hours to travel about 1,200 feet to the helicopter in a nearby farm field.
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