Little girl's finger is ripped off in gate at Pelican Park in Clontarf, ... trends now
A little girl who had her pinky finger ripped off repeatedly asked her parents if it will grow back after the painful incident.
Elena Heidari was just three-years- old when she got her finger caught a tiny gap where a gate to Pelican Park in Clontarf, Queensland, connects to a post.
Now, her parents are planning to sue Queensland's Moreton Bay Regional Council over the March 20, 2020, ordeal which left her with a partially amputated finger.
Her father, Mahmoud Heidari, described the gate as 'dodgy' and the space between it and the post as 'sharp' like metal 'scissors'.
Elena Heidari (left) had her finger severed after it became caught in a park gate. Her father, Maumoud (right), said the gap between the gate and the post was like 'scissors'
Elena put had her pinky finger in the gap just before a person opened the gate to enter the park.
Her finger became caught before it tore off completely down to the