Penis trapped in a steel cylinder is released by firefighters
June 14, de 2012
This morning, in the city of Granada, Spain, hospital employee called the staff of the Fire Department to release ‘the penis of a man aged 52, who put it in a steel cylinder two centimeters in diameter, and could suffer gangrene in the limb’.
Simon Soriano, Fire sergeant reported, “The incident occurred about four o’clock this morning, when they received the emergency call from the hospital asking for help to remove the penis of a man from a cylinder.”
“The pressure of the cylinder was strangling his sexual organ with a serious risk to the patient to suffer gangrene.”
“We prepared the material that could be used, the smaller tools we had, and went to the ER. There we find that the situation was worse than we imagine, by the appearance presented by the penis, because it had been several hours since the incident occurred and there was little response time.”
“At that point, we realized that there were only two options: remove the tube or amputate the limb.”
Soriano, seeing that ‘none of the tools brought to the operating room could be used to cut the metal object without damaging the sexual organ, it was agreed that he had at home a little DIY drill and went for it while the patient waited in the operating room’.
Firefighters and medical personnel were able to cut the cylinder, an intervention that lasted about two hours due to the dangerous situation, because if they failed could cause injury or burn the sexual organ.
Soriano explained, “We made very slow millimeter cuts and fortunately everything went well.”
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