Felling the moment trees almost goes terribly wrong, because a huge branch is accidentally cut off and comes very close to the worker below
- A planned tree cover has almost become a workplace disaster in Arkansas
- A worker can be seen by sawing a branch that was attached with a rope
- The loose branch then swings over the rope and hits the tree trunk
- The power of the blow drives away a second branch that plunges to the ground
A man was almost flattened by a falling branch after a planned logging in Arkansas went wrong.
The video of the incident, which took place in Russellville, Arkansas, begins with a tree carver at the intersection between two branches at the top of a tree.
The worker can be seen using a chainsaw to cut through one of the branches that has been tied down, presumably for safety reasons.
The video shows a logging service worker standing at the top of the tree while cutting a branch that is tied with a rope and can be seen swinging through the air
The cut branch strikes the tree trunk, somehow releasing the second branch, which falls to the ground, almost hits a worker who is below, is seen scrambling out of the way
After being sawn through, the intended branch of the rope swings through the air in a small arc before it hits the tree trunk.
The force of the blow then somehow beats the second, unsecured, branch of the tree.
The branch then falls to the ground and almost touches an unsuspecting employee.
A second worker can be seen jumping to safety as the huge branch beats the ground.
& # 39; No one was injured outside the scratches, & # 39; reported the person who filmed the video on June 14.
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