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After carrying a 50-pound piece of equipment up a ladder at the boiler facility of All Uniforms Co., the boiler engineer felt a pop and sharp pain in his right knee. The old-timer, a 40-year veteran of the company, knew something was seriously wrong with his leg. He left work early and consulted with a physician.

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