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January 26, 1990 | Associated Press
A ladle containing more than 100 tons of molten steel crashed to the floor at a new mill, scattering 2,850-degree metal and injuring six workers, at least one seriously, authorities said. About 35 firefighters used extinguishers to put out burning debris, including bags, crates, boxes and other packing materials.
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January 26, 1990 | Associated Press
A ladle containing more than 100 tons of molten steel crashed to the floor at a new mill, scattering 2,850-degree metal and injuring six workers, at least one seriously, authorities said. About 35 firefighters used extinguishers to put out burning debris, including bags, crates, boxes and other packing materials.
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March 2, 1988
Often, as I read editorials in The Times, I say amen. But never before have I said it with reverence. "Man in the Moon" (Feb. 11) brought back the countless nights our children and grandchildren have gone to sleep in the arms of author Margaret Wise Brown and illustrator Clement Hurd's quiet old lady whispering "hush" in their classic "Goodnight Moon." What a blessing. GRACE GREENE Torrance
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March 2, 1988
Often, as I read editorials in The Times, I say amen. But never before have I said it with reverence. "Man in the Moon" (Feb. 11) brought back the countless nights our children and grandchildren have gone to sleep in the arms of author Margaret Wise Brown and illustrator Clement Hurd's quiet old lady whispering "hush" in their classic "Goodnight Moon." What a blessing. GRACE GREENE Torrance
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