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    The North Carolina Department of Labor is investigating the death of a forklift driver at a lumber company. Steven Dolgas, 55, was killed on Monday when his forklift backed over him at the Jordan-Holman Lumber Co. in Granite Falls, N.C., according to the Lenoir News-Topic. He had worked there since 1984, Granite Falls Police Chief […]

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