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#1 posted 09-17-2012 05:10 PM

It was yrs. ago, but my woodshop class instructor gave safety tests and had signs near the machines reminding us of safety procedures. But, as was said, all teens think they are bullet-proof. ultimately safety is everybody’s duty, not just the teacher’s. Without further info, we really don’t know if the student was careless or poorly trained. either way, it sure is a shame it happened. I hope she will heal completely. Can’t figure out why he didn’t contact medical help afterwards. Now-a-days tho, some schools have eliminated on-site nurses..

-- Don, Culleoka, Tn.

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