Man rescued from under tractor at golf club

Emergency services at Rarangi Golf Club on Tuesday after a man was trapped by an overturned tractor.
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Emergency services at Rarangi Golf Club on Tuesday after a man was trapped by an overturned tractor.

A man trapped by an overturned tractor on a Marlborough golf course has been pulled to safety.

The man was working at the Rarangi Golf Club, about 20 kilometres north of Blenheim, on Tuesday when the vehicle tipped over.

Emergency services were called to the course about 4.30pm.

Firefighters and ambulance staff helped rescue a man trapped by a tractor at Rarangi Golf Club.
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Firefighters and ambulance staff helped rescue a man trapped by a tractor at Rarangi Golf Club.

St John Marlborough territory manager Murray Neal said the man was pulled from beneath the tractor by firefighters and ambulance stuff.

The man had moderate injuries and was taken by ambulance to Wairau Hospital in Blenheim.

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 - The Marlborough Express

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