An elderly museum tractor owner worsened himself in Sipoo on Wednesday.
The cause is unclear.
The man had practically gotten knotted in the cramped cab, and he was no longer a fact of his life to get out and away from the cabin.
Units in the Eastern and Central Uusimaa Rescue Service were waiting for an unrealistic sight.
"It was such a bitch, it's hard to say what had originally happened," says Dan Lundström, the superintendent.
- Legs jerked out of cab, head looking straight back and back against steering wheel.
- The cabin is really small, the cabin was crowded.
Lundström thinks the tractor was new in the 1960s. It was a red classic of its time, Massey-Ferguson, or “Massic”.
The rescue of the mass enthusiast began by moving the members of the Kalevala member's caution with caution and looking in which direction the body would give in, without the need to resort to violence.
- We were persuaded, says Lundström.
- At first we tried to get him back to sit, but it wasn't possible.
Eventually, the man was brought out with his feet above.
- He was very lively, stood up and could walk, says Lundström.
The mass enthusiast had to spend less than an hour in the knotted cab before the person on the scene saw the affliction and called at 13:53 to the emergency room.
The tractor was in tarpaulin. The man used to turn it on from time to time to make sure it started.
This time too, it was a trial run.