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#1 posted 09-19-2012 11:55 PM

Not to be in-sensitive…but lesson learned I hope! Two years ago I put three of my fingers too close to a table saw blade…I got away with a deep nick in each one! I now have very loooong pusher sticks! LOL :) I knew better and still did something dumb. One of my class-mates in high school did the long hair-drill press dance also. It removed part of his scalp. We all had long hair in the 70’s, we carried rubber bands for pony-tails after that incident. It happened right in front of me actually. I was scared for that kid, I do remember that very clearly. Hope this gal heals okay and returns to normal, it could have been a severed finger or even worse. If we are going to be around these machines, watches, rings, necklaces, long hair must be removed and tucked in before
starting to work. Simply a must do Kids!

Aaron

-- DaytonHM Dayton Va.


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