HORROR: Man's Arm Trapped In Boca Packing Machine

Thomas Produce in West Boca was the scene of an industrial rescue this evening.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — An unidentified man was rushed to Delray Medical Center's Trauma Unit tonight after his arm was caught in a packing machine at Thomas Produce — located at 441 and Clint Moore Road.

According to Palm Beach County Fire Rescue:

At 814pm PBCFR crews responded to reports of a person with a limb struck in a packing machine at the Thomas Produce Plant on the 9000 block of Clintmore Rd in Boca. First arriving crews discovered a person with a limb stuck in a packing machine.

The person was quickly removed from the machine with the assistance of plant personnel. After evaluation by paramedics the patient, an adult male, is being transported to Delray for treatment of his injuries.


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