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Gary Gerson was working for the landscape company, AllGreen, when he was told by his supervisor to dig a hole for a tree planting. Gerson took a powered post hole digger and began the operation. The loose ends of his shirt became caught in the digger's mechanism and as it wound around, the shirt began to choke him.

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