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    :: Friday, September 21, 2007 ::

    Government and industry to meet today about quarry safety - Fiona Anderson, With Files From Chad Skelton, Vancouver Sun, Canada
    Four quarry workers have died on the job in the Lower Mainland this year, a staggering increase from only one death in the previous five years.

    - In May, 22-year-old Kelsey Kristian was killed at a Stave Lake gravel quarry when the truck she was driving rolled over and pinned her. According to news reports, it was Kristian's fourth day on the job...
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