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    :: Monday, October 24, 2005 ::

    Company Officials Could Face Jail, Fines in Death of Employee - Occupational Hazards
    K. Kenn Industries Ltd. is charged with several violations of the Canadian Occupational Health and Safety Act in connection with the Oct. 22, 2003, death of a worker in Wainwright, Alberta. The worker was killed when he became caught between a winch cable and the underside of a bulldozer being towed by another bulldozer, according to the Alberta government.
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