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Ohio Bowling Alley Worker Crushed in Pin-Setting Machine

 Monday, November 10, 2014

 FOX News

A man who worked at a popular Ohio bowling alley was crushed to death in a freak accident that has prompted an investigation by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. An OSHA investigator was at the bowling alley Friday, a day after David Geiger, 53, was pulled to his death after getting entangled in a pin-setting machine he was trying to repair. The mishap occurred at Northwest Lanes outside Cincinnati. WCPO-TV reported there were bowlers and other workers at the bowling alley at the time but no one saw what happened.
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