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Re: Tesla coil injury?

Hi Rob,

	I though since I got no resonse at all that it may be something like that.
 If it is going to court or somthing like that, they would not want to make
any statments about it...  I guess we will just have to keep our ears open.



At 10:53 AM 10/7/2000 -0400, you wrote:
>Hi Terry,
>>From what I have been able to find out, I am not too surprised.  This is 
>third hand, but it seems that an employee was operating the coil and somehow 
>came in contact with the pole transformer.  She got some very serious burns 
>and has been out on workman's comp for quite a while.  I am familiar with 
>their coil and the transformer is enclosed in an insulated box, which is 
>inside a cabinet, so I can't imagine how it happened, but I understand they 
>are hushing it up.  Again, this is all third hand from an ex-employee, but a 
>reliable source.
>Rob Krampf
>In a message dated 10/7/00 12:22:03 AM, tesla-at-pupman-dot-com writes:
><< Original poster: Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-uswest-dot-net>
>Hi Rob,
>    Just to follow up...  I wrote two e-mails to OSC inquring about this but I
>got no response...
>Terry >>