(FOX NEWS) - A Tennessee mother who felt some pain after catching her left ring finger on the fence at her son's T-ball practice said she initially thought her wedding band had cut her skin, but then she looked down and realized that her finger was gone.
"When I hopped down, my finger just didn't come with me," Chelsey Brown, of Clarksville, told Fox News.
Brown's husband, Kyle, quickly ripped his shirt off and put it on her hand to stop the bleeding. The two rushed to the car and were met by a nurse who came running from a nearby field.
"A nurse from another field came running over to the car and was like 'I'm a nurse, do you need a First Aid kit?' and I was like, 'It's my finger, it's gone,'" Brown said. "She was like 'Where is it?' and I said 'It's still on the gate.'"
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