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It's a summertime ritual - mowing the yard. For some kids, it's a weekly chore or a way to make extra cash.
But many parents don't realize there are inherent risks for children - risks that can lead to serious, potentially life-altering injuries.
Experts at the OU Medical Center offer important warnings about the number one cause of traumatic amputations in children.
Dr. Davey and his colleagues at the OU Medical Center stress that prevention is critical when it comes to lawn mower related injuries because once the damage is done, the injured limb or foot is seldom the same again.