UPDATE 8/16/13 @ 8:35 a.m.
VINTON, Ohio (WSAZ) -- A man has passed away after a tractor rollover accident.
Family members say Jennings Darrell Marcum, 68, of Vinton, passed away early Friday morning.
Sometime after 6:30 Tuesday evening, Marcum was on his tractor just off Adney road near Vinton. He was pulling a bush hog, when something went wrong. He got off the tractor, between it and the machinery. Then it started to roll. He was pinned for nearly 13 hours before he was found.
It was the longest night of Darrell Marcum's life. And a night that haunts his brother Hollie.
“It was tough to know that he'd laid there all night long,” Hollie Marcum said.
Sometime after 6:30 Tuesday evening, Darrell was on his tractor just off Adney road near Vinton, Ohio. He was pulling a bush hog, when something went wrong. He got off the tractor, between it and the machinery. Then it started to roll.
“How he got this tractor, it was pointing straight down in there just like that up against a tree,” Hollie said.
The bush hog knocked Darrell down. Then, the tractor's tire rolled over his head, pinning him to the ground for 13 hours.
“It hurts to think about how miserable he was,” Hollie said.
The temperature got down to nearly 50 degrees; something doctors say actually helped him survive. But the hours and hours pinned by the machinery cut off circulation to his legs.
“Had he have been found, they'd have probably just doctored him up and sent him home,” Hollies said.
The blood is now flowing again to Darrell's legs, but there are issues with blood clots. Incredibly-- he doesn't have any brain injuries-- despite being found with his head under the tire.
The Gallia County Sheriff's Office says the victim was found about 8:10 Wednesday morning at the intersection of Adney Road and Andrews Road.
The Sheriff's Office says it appears that Jennings Darrell Marcum, 68, of Vinton, was clearing brush along the side of the road and the tractor rolled over him.
Family members say the accident happened around 7:30 Wednesday night.
Marcum was conscious when he was flown to St. Mary's Medical Center in Huntington.
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