] Rigoberto Martinez, 20, of Long Branch, was putting
] branches into the machine at a home on Cedar Avenue when
] one of the branches got stuck, First Assistant Prosecutor
] Robert Honecker said.
] Martinez kicked the branch to get it into the chipper,
] but somehow his right foot ended up in the machine,
] Honecker said. Eventually, his left leg also was pulled
] Martinez died at the scene, Honecker said.
] "This was a horrible accident," Honecker said.
] When they arrived, the chipper was turned off, but
] "unfortunately too late to save Mr. Martinez," Honecker
Asbury Park Press | Man dies in wood chipper accident: Legs pulled into machine