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April 26, 2021

Spring has sprung and many of us have started the weekly ritual of cutting our lawn.

Please remember if someone is cutting the lawn please do not be in the immediate vicinity. There is always a possibility that something may be buried in the grass that the person mowing does not see and mows over it.

An object like this wrench in the picture was thrown 50 feet and became imbedded in a steel door. Propelled objects can leave a mower at speeds up to 200 MPH.

Always be safe - make sure nobody is in the area when mowing.

(Taken from a Facebook post by Gary Grubbs on April 10, 2021)


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