Man suffers finger amputations in horrific incident

A MAN has had two fingers amputated after his hand got caught in a clamp mechanism south of Toowoomba.

The Queensland Ambulance report the man suffered the severe hand injury at the Elphinstone Rd property near Allora about 10.40am.

A spokeswoman said the man, aged in his 50s, was taken to Toowoomba Hospital with a partial amputation of two fingers.

He was transported in a stable condition before being transferred to St Andrews Hospital in Brisbane.

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