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The company was in the process of building a telecommunication tower, and Rossi was assigned to work in the construction area 60 feet above the ground. Rossi looked nervous as he squinted up at the tower. "Don't worry about it," assured his supervisor. "We were all scared the first time we went up there." Not wanting to appear as if he couldn't handle the new job, Rossi breathed deeply and took the manlift part of the way up, then climbed out onto a ladder. As he did so, his foot slipped and he plunged to his death 60 feet below.

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