Firefighter awarded thousands for 'broken glove'

The firefighter cut a tendon in his finger on a stray piece of fiber


By Jennifer Williams
Manchester Evening News

MANCHESTER, England — A firefighter has been awarded thousands of pounds in compensation after hurting himself putting on his own gloves.

The man sued his bosses after sliced a tendon in his finger on a piece of stray fibre.

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