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"Does that guy ever shut up?" Pam complained to her co-worker at State Mills about another employee, Pete Bedel, who worked with them in the wire mesh manufacturing plant. All of the sudden, there was a loud yell from across the plant floor. Pete Bedel's hand was caught in the Peck machine that flattens wire mesh. Quickly, a nearby employee hit the trip wire to shut the power off, but it was too late. Three of Bedel's fingers were broken.

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