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A sheet metal worker was guiding a load of sheet metal onto the roof of a building under construction at the University of Washington. The sheet metal was loaded onto the roof by a crane and the man was holding a tag line, guiding it onto skids. Suddenly, the nylon straps holding the sheet metal together burst and the worker turned to run to avoid the load. A piece of the load struck his thumb and fractured it. He settled his claim with the construction company that improperly strapped the load in the amount of $35,000.
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