A man has been rescued from beneath
a tractor south of Lincoln.
Firefighters were dispatched around
5 p.m. to an address south of the small town of Hickman. The tractor had been
pushing dirt into a ravine when it tipped over and trapped the man.
Hickman Fire Chief Stan Draper says
it took about 30 minutes to cut off the tractor steering wheel and dig away
some dirt so the man could be freed.
The man was flown to a hospital for
treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.