Ravensthorpe farmer loses hand in machinery accident

Ravensthorpe farmer loses hand in machinery accident

The man’s face is revealed

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His wife died as a result of the accident.

But in a bijarvees.comzarre twist of events, the farmer claims to have seen the body of his wife in his barn several weeks after the accident

They were discovered in the back of his garage with his hand stuck into a tool.

The farmer’s wife’s body was found hanging out the back of his garage with his hand still stuck in a tool

The accident happened after the tractor was not properly driven.

As he was going to put it in the washing machi바카라ne, he saw someone in his garage having a brush. He pulled out the blade and opened the door to check.

The man said: ‘I looked out and saw my wife.

‘It was a little bit painful but she was there and I was OK, really okay.

‘When the tractor came on the power went out which is when you put the lever in the drive train and started it.’

As part of the trial, he faces six counts of injury causing death and a six-month driving prohibition

He added: ‘I know I was doing some really stupid stuff but I’m pretty good with machinery, so why would I do something like that?’

He added he believed the tractor, which he bought in 2010 for £1,000 was ‘trampling on me’, after seeing him in his garden with his hammer picking.

Mr Jones, from St Albans, has been told to wear a seatbelt for the trial. He should also wear eye protection and a seatbelt.

A police appeal against the conviction has now been quashed and Mr Jones is free to go home.