REPORT: Woman survives freak lawn mower accident that left her with serious injury


A woman living in South Dakota miraculously survived a freak accident that left her neck sliced opened after an unknown object shot out of a lawn mower and struck her last week.

Kendra Jensen, 28, was outside her home in Bridgewater cleaning up pool toys on July 11 at around 6:30 p.m. while her husband mowed the lawn. Jensen told Fox News on Saturday that she was outside for less than a minute before she felt something strike her neck and shoulder.

The article goes on to state the following:

She soon realized that something had shot out from the seated lawn mower her husband was using and she quickly flagged him down.

Jensen was rushed to the closest trauma center, which was 45-minutes away.

“Tonight I’m thankful my husband has the training he does and could act quickly to get QuikClot gauze stuffed into my wound and wrapped with a pressure dressing before the ambulance arrived,” she said in a Facebook post last week.

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