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    A man is dead after an incident involving a lawn mower in Mt. Airy, Maryland. The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office said 82-year-old Augustus Clemont Harris was killed when he became pinned under his zero-turn mower in the 5300 block of Sidney Road around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday. More Frederick County News Investigators believe Harris was operating his mower across a steep hill when it slid down the incline and flipped, trapping him beneath it. Deputies said the mower was equipped with an aftermarket awning. Medical examiners are still working to determine Harris’ exact cause of death. Below is a map of the area:
    An 82-year-old man has died after being pinned by his own lawn mower, authorities said. Augustus Clemont Harris was found in the 5300 block of Sidney Road in Mt. Airy around 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 1, according to a Tweet from the Frederick County Sheriff's Office.  No other information was released. 
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – An 84-year-old man was killed in a lawnmower incident on Wednesday in Wadena County. According to the Wadena County Sheriff, he was found outside in a mowed field, and it looked as though he was working on a broken lawnmower when it backed up and pinned him to the ground. Authorities found him on Wednesday around 7:20 a.m., though it was unclear how long he had been outside. He was identified as Russell Schimpp from Staples.   More On WCCO.com: ‘It’s Bad, It’s Bad’: Proctor Teens Say Students Used Item To Sodomize Teammate, Shared Video Online Vaccine Mandate Deadline Arrives For Twin Cities Health Care Systems Downtown Mpls. Shootout Ends In Crash, Killing Woman Riding Scooter Smaller Products, Rising Prices: Shrinkflation Hitting Grocery Store Shelves
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff SOUTH BUFFALO, TOWNSHIP, Pa. (KDKA) – A man is dead after crashing his riding lawnmower in Armstrong County. READ MORE: TSA, Police 'Highly Concerned' Over Increase In Firearms At Pittsburgh Airport; Say Concealed Carry Permit Could Be RevokedIt happened Wednesday morning near Freeport Road in South Buffalo Township. READ MORE: Former NFL Player, Western Pa. Native Terrelle Pryor Arrested, Charged With Simple Assault (Photo: KDKA Photojournalist Scott Danka) First responders went there to find the mower overturned in a ditch. MORE NEWS: New Pandemic Protocols In Place At The Pavilion At Star Lake Starting Wednesday NightKDKA was told the man hit a tree stump, lost control of his mower and didn’t survive the crash.
    Firefighters suspect a blaze that burned 44 acres in Lucas Valley last week was sparked by a lawn mower, the county fire chief said Monday. The fire started Wednesday afternoon near Mount Lassen Drive, prompting evacuations in parts of Lucas Valley and Marinwood. Residents were allowed to return home that evening. Firefighters reported no injuries or building damage. Related Articles Dixie Fire tops 900,000-acre mark Caldor Fire takes a toll on South Lake Tahoe businesses Map: Bridge Fire evacuation and perimeter near Auburn Map: Dixie Fire perimeter and evacuations Evacuation order lifted for city of South Lake Tahoe as firefighters make progress on the Caldor Fire Chief Jason Weber of the Marin County Fire Department said the mower most likely ignited the fire when a blade struck a rock. He said residents should avoid mowing grass in the afternoon. “It should be done on cool foggy mornings,” he said. “When mowing, people should have a hose and/or extinguisher at the ready.”
    A Trenton man was hospitalized after getting trapped under an overturned lawn mower in Hunterdon County Wednesday morning. The victim was mowing the lawn at a home on Smoke Rise Lane in Clinton when he slid down a hill, causing the mower to slide off the property and overturn around 11 a.m., Clinton Township Police said. The victim was ejected from the mower, which then landed on top of him and partially submerged him into the mud, police said. The man was freed with help from South Branch Emergency Services and taken to Robert Wood Johnson Hospital.
    Walker County Government will offer for sale to the highest bidder over 70 items including cars and trucks, construction and landscaping equipment, and vehicle accessories this weekend. The auction will be conducted by Potts Auction Company at the Walker County Road Department, 91 Industrial Boulevard in Chickamauga, GA at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, November 21, 2020. Bidders may begin registering at 8:00 a.m. Due to COVID-19, face masks are recommended at this event. All items are offered “AS IS” with no warranty or condition expressed or implied and no returns. Pictures and a list of vehicles and equipment available at this auction are available on the county’s website. Items must be paid for on the day of the sale. A 10% buyer’s premium will be added to all purchases. Acceptable forms of payment include cash, approve check or letter of credit from a bank. The buyer must make all arrangements and perform all work necessary to remove their items from county property on the day of the sale. Items that will be auctioned off...
    A Warren County man was hospitalized with serious but non-life-threatening injuries Tuesday afternoon after his foot was caught in a lawn mower and required a partial amputation, state police said. Crews responded just after 2 p.m. to a home on Good Springs Road in Asbury after the man got his foot stuck in the mower, requiring a partial amputation at the scene, NJSP Sgt. Jeff Flynn told Daily Voice. The man was then transported by ambulance to St. Luke’s in Bethlehem, PA with serious but non-life-threatening foot injuries, Flynn said.
    A man using an industrial lawn mower in Hunterdon County broke his leg after the machine slid down a hill, tipped over and trapped him Wednesday morning, state police said. The incident occurred at a residence on Old Schoolhouse Road in Bethlehem Township around 8:45, Sgt. Philip Curry said. The man was able to free himself from under the mower and was transported to St. Luke’s with a suspected broken leg and other non-life-threatening injuries, Curry said.
    Sign up here to get our daily updates on coronavirus in Minnesota delivered straight to your inbox each afternoon. And go here to see all of MinnPost’s COVID-19 coverage. For the foreseeable future, MinnPost will be providing daily updates on coronavirus in Minnesota, published following the press phone call with members of the Walz administration each afternoon. Here are the latest updates from June 18, 2020: 31,675 confirmed cases; 19 deaths Mass testing planned after uptick in Mower County Age-adjusted data provides more accurate look at COVID-19 disparities by race and ethnicity Health departments OK’s outdoor visits at long-term care facilities – with restrictions K-12 schools receive guidance on fall planning 31,675 confirmed cases; 19 deaths Another 19 Minnesotans have died of COVID-19, the Minnesota Department of Health said Thursday, for a total of 1,344.  Of the deaths announced Thursday, one person was over 100 years old, three people were in their 90s, four people were in their 80s, five people were in their 70s, four people were in their 60s, one person was in their 50s and one person...
    Sign up here to get our daily updates on coronavirus in Minnesota delivered straight to your inbox each afternoon. And go here to see all of MinnPost’s COVID-19 coverage. For the foreseeable future, MinnPost will be providing daily updates on coronavirus in Minnesota, published following the press phone call with members of the Walz administration each afternoon. Here are the latest updates from June 17, 2020: 31,296 confirmed cases; 1,325 deaths Mower County cases up Community testing in the Twin Cities continues 31,296 confirmed cases; 1,325 deaths  Twelve more Minnesotans have died of COVID-19, the Minnesota Department of Health said Wednesday, for a total of 1,325.  Of the deaths announced Wednesday, one person was over age 100, three people were in their nineties, five people in their eighties, two people in their seventies and one in their sixties. Ten of the 12 deaths announced Wednesday were residents of long-term care facilities. Of the 1,325 COVID-19 deaths in Minnesota, 1,051 have been among long-term care residents. The current death toll only includes Minnesotans with lab-confirmed positive COVID-19 tests. MDH also said...
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