VIDEO: Ohio woman gets stuck upside in workout machine

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An Ohio woman was stuck in an unfortunate situation that resulted in her calling 911. Christine Faulds said she became stuck upside down while trying out new work equipment. Faulds was recording on her phone when she became stuck.Faulds attempted to use the inversion table, which is meant to loosen your spine. She was at a 24-hour gym in the early hours of the morning when the incident occurred. Faulds said she called out to her friend who was in another room lifting weights, but no one could hear her. Faulds said she hung on for about five minutes before calling 911 from her smart watch. An officer arrived a few minutes later and was able to help her get down from the machine. Faulds said she’s now OK.

An Ohio woman was stuck in an unfortunate situation that resulted in her calling 911.

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Christine Faulds said she became stuck upside down while trying out new work equipment. Faulds was recording on her phone when she became stuck.

Faulds attempted to use the inversion table, which is meant to loosen your spine. She was at a 24-hour gym in the early hours of the morning when the incident occurred.

Faulds said she called out to her friend who was in another room lifting weights, but no one could hear her.

Faulds said she hung on for about five minutes before calling 911 from her smart watch.

An officer arrived a few minutes later and was able to help her get down from the machine.

Faulds said she’s now OK.

Contributed by local news sources

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