Fire crew called to remove ring after man receives puncture wound to finger

Suffolk fire crews were called to a waste centre in Cambridge (file photo) Picture: ARCHANT

Suffolk fire crews were called to a waste centre in Cambridge (file photo) Picture: ARCHANT - Credit: Archant

Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service were called to assist with the removal of a man’s ring after he received a wound to his finger.

A fire crew from the Ipswich East station were called to assist on Sunday night shortly before 10pm.

Firefighters assisted a man with a ring removal after he received a puncture wound to the wedding ring finger on his left hand.

A spokesman for Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service said that the man was then advised by the crew to attend A&E to have the wound looked at by a medical professional and to allow precautions to be taken to prevent infection.

A stop was called on the incident at 10.30pm.


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