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A Letter from OSHA

In a letter the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration told Yale University officials that there were safety problems in the machine shop where Yale undergrad Michele Dufault was killed in April, reports the Associated Press. Dufault was working alone in the shop when her hair got caught in a lathe.

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