A man suffered a deep cut to his arm from a model aeroplane propeller at Dunsfold Aerodrome, an ambulance service spokesman has said.
The air ambulance and South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb) paramedics were called to the airfield near Cranleigh - home of BBC car show Top Gear - at 12.46pm on Saturday (May 28).
A spokesman for SECAmb said the man, who was about 70-years-old, suffered a deep laceration to his left arm from a ‘relatively large’ model aeroplane’s propeller.
The injury to his lower arm was accidental, added an air ambulance spokesman.
The man was driven to Royal Sussex County Hospital in Guildford.
A spokesman for Dunsfold Park said: “Dunsfold Park is aware of an incident that took place on Saturday 28th May where a member of a model flying club sustained a cut to their forearm from a model aircraft. Dunsfold Park do not comment on the affairs of tenants at the aerodrome and any further enquiries should therefore be directed to the parties concerned.”
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