Fire officials: Man run over, pinned by lawnmower in Brookfield; Apple Watch helped in notifying wife

First responders arriving at the scene say he was in cardiac arrest but that they revived him and took him to the hospital.

News 12 Staff

Oct 27, 2023, 12:58 PM

Updated 259 days ago

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Fire officials say a man was run over and pinned by a lawnmower Thursday afternoon in Brookfield.
They say the man's Apple Watch notified his wife that something was wrong, then she called a neighbor to check on him. The neighbor then called authorities.
When first responders arrived - they say he was in cardiac arrest - and they revived him and took him to the hospital.
His condition is unknown.


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