What Happened To Matthew Lowe? Accident Details Explained: Accidents happen anytime. No one knows what will happen the next moment. Maybe you are sitting on the couch or driving a car. Suddenly, you met with an accident, and your family members, your near and dear ones got the news that you are in a critical condition and you don’t have enough time to visit them. The future is unpredictable. The same thing happened with Matthew Lowe, who suffered a horrific accident and was seriously injured when he was pulled through a machine for processing massive steel beams at the Compass Engineering Facility in Barnsley’s Barugh Greene. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com

Matthew Lowe Accident

What Happened To Matthew Lowe?

It was shocking to everyone that he was dragged into the machine and suffered serious injuries. After being dragged through a gap slightly larger than a CD case, Matthew Lowe is lucky he was alive. If someone was in his position he would hardly be alive. The incident happened in December 2008 when he resumed his normal routine.

Matthew Lowe Accident Details Explained

It was a beautiful day when Matthew Lowe started his day. He was getting ready to go to work and was waiting for his wife to give him lunch. When he reached his office, he continued his work where he had left it. Everything was going well. After a few moments, he felt as if something strange was happening.

By the time he found out, it was too late. He learns that he was dragging in a steel milling machine. During this, half of his body was injured. And he was asking the doctors to please take me to a normal state where I can spend the rest of my life in peace. The doctor tells him that we tried our best to save him. But we can’t guarantee when you will be back to normal.

When this accident happens many people say that you will be lucky that you are still alive. But if someone were in your position it would be certain that he would die. God has given you a second chance to be alive. He was working as a welder at Compass Engineering near his home in Barnsley. Presently his right hand was now weak and he could not do normal tasks like taking a glass of water or taking his phone. He has to use his left hand to do the work.

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