Michigan man receives 13 stitches after slicing his hand on razor blades attached to a Trump-Pence sign

A Michigan man had his hand sliced open on Wednesday by razor blades found on a Trump-Pence 2020 sign that he was trying to remove.

Authorities had asked the man, who works for Commerce Township, to remove the sign because its placement violated a city ordinance, his boss, Township Supervisor David Scott, CNN에 말했다.
A Commerce Township ordinance requires signs to be 33 feet from the center of the roadway. The signs were located 24 feet from the center of the road clearly within the right of way, the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release.
The 52-year-old man, who was not named by authorities, had to receive 13 stitches, 보안관 사무실에서 말했다.
    The township routinely removes signs that violate its right-of-way ordinance, when they can impede traffic or the ability to see oncoming cars, Scott이 말했습니다.. Any yard signs removedwhether political or for garage salesare typically placed next to a dumpster, where they can be retrieved by their owners.r
    Two campaign signs on were found with razor blades taped to them, according to the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office.
    A Commerce Township, Michigan employee moving a Trump/Pence campaign sign from a private lawn Wednesday afternoon had his fingers sliced open by razor blades and required 13 stitches, 관계자에 따르면.

    The homeowner, who was also not identified by authorities, said the signs had previously been stolen from their property and when they returned from out of town the signs were back in their yard, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
    Scott said his employee thought he was beingshocked electricallywhen he went to touch the sign. 대신, three fingers on his left hand were sliced open by a line of razor blades taped to the campaign sign. The man beganaggressively bleedingand drove himself to a nearby hospital, Scott이 말했습니다..
    Although there was no damage to any nerves or tendons in his fingers, the man required a tourniquet on one of his fingers to stop the bleeding and still only has limited use of his hand at this point, Scott이 말했습니다..
    Scott said he didn’t understand the need toboobytrapa yard sign.
      You can’t boobytrap them with the intent to hurt, harm or maim someone,” 그는 말했다. “이유가 무엇이든지, (someone felt the need to) protect this like it’s the Crown Jewels.
      The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office said it will continue to investigate the incident.

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