When people go to an arcade or to a sporting venue, they likely expect that the premises is safe for the public. While the vast majority of people can go to these venues without any accidents occurring, when there is an accident, they can often require medical care. That is what happened to Linda Cohn when she was at Hudson Valley's Brewster Ice Arena.
Cohn was at the New York hockey rink to practice for a promotion with a minor league team associated with the New York Rangers. She was in the rink's arcade area when she says a change-making machine fell. She says that the injury she suffered required her to get 25 stitches in her arm. She posted a picture of her injury on Twitter that was described as "looking like a baseball" because of the stitches.
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