A female member of staff was rescued by the emergency services after trapping her hand in a dishwasher at the Malmaison Dundee.
Firefighters and paramedics were dispatched to the city centre hotel in Whitehall Crescent after receiving reports of the 19-year-old being stuck in the machine.
Firefighters smashed the glass of the dishwasher to free the teenager who was then attended to by paramedics, before being taken to Ninewells Hospital for further treatment. The team freed her by using a centre punch to break the toughened glass and then the paramedics dealt with her.
Josie Simcox, General Manager at the Malmaison Dundee, today told Boutique Hotelier: “A member of our staff caught her hand in one of the dishwashers in the kitchen.
"A fire engine and ambulance were immediately called to the scene, the staff member was shortly freed and taken to hospital.
"We are pleased to say that the staff member received swift treatment at hospital and was allowed home later in the day.
"We are of course investigating the incident. Our staff are our main priority and we are delighted to hear she is making a speedy recovery.
"We are extremely grateful to the fire and ambulance crews for their rapid response and assistance.”