Got into a discussion at work with a man who slid off a grain elevator in South Dakota (had unclipped harness to turn around)and fell from consecutive roofs 150 feet, luckily the final 20 foot fall was into a waiting grain truck, he had no injuries other than bruises. My own maternal grandfather (1926) died in a ladder fall, so this is not a “joke” post. I’ve never fallen, but have had 150+ stitches once after being mauled by a saw.
Lessons learned stories are often the best, any good ones out there on falls or other lessons learned?
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