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LIC Worker Gets Hand Stuck In 'Dumpling Skin Machine'

Patch logo Patch 11/26/2021 Kayla Levy
The person was able to disentangle themselves from the machine by the time EMS arrived to take them to the hospital. © Shutterstock The person was able to disentangle themselves from the machine by the time EMS arrived to take them to the hospital.

LONG ISLAND CITY, QUEENS — A worker in Long Island City got their hand stuck in a dumpling making machine this week.

Around 7:45 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 24th — the evening before Thanksgiving Day — the FDNY got a call from a person working at 23-01 Borden Avenue, a primarily industrial thoroughfare in Long Island City near the Newtown Creek.

The person told fire officials that they had their hand stuck in a "dumpling skin machine."


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Upon arrival, however, the person managed to disentangle themselves from the machine, and EMS transported them to a hospital in Brooklyn.

Fire officials told Patch that they did not know the condition of the person as of Friday.

Two businesses are registered under the address at 23-01 Borden Avenue: A pet supply store called Muni Paw, and a grocery wholesaler named Safi Pushcart Supplies.

Patch was not able to immediately contact either business for comment.

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