Tree limb pins man at Wesleyan Market

Tree limb pins man at Wesleyan Market

A tree limb fell and pinned a market vendor during Saturday's Wesleyan Market.
Vendors cleaning up branches
Vendors cleaning up branches
MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - Market vendors vividly remember the moment a tree limb fell and pinned a fellow vendor underneath it's branches.

"The first thing that happened was a horrendous crunching sound," recalls market vendor and physician, Dr. Rana Munna.

Dr. Munna said the tree limb hit the ground crushing a few vendor's tents. She waited with the man until paramedics arrived.

"I could tell you that his legs were moving and that his legs were moving and he was speaking so I knew that he was conscious.," said Dr. Munna.

Dr. Munna thinks the man could have fractured one of his shoulder.

Despite what happened, Dr. Munna said she will continue to sell at the market.


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