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Ohio firefighters perform high-rise rescue after crane operator’s arm is partially severed

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Firefighters in Cincinnati made a daring rescue 300 feet in the air after a crane operator had his arm partially severed.

According to WDTN, a steel cable caused the injury.

Firefighters had to work use a winch to bring the man down safely.

Doctors did have to perform a partial amputation of the man’s arm.

The crane operator was working near the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.

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