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Through the explosion, I was thrown back several feet into a beam and I was trampled over...co-workers, everybody scared. Panic.
Afterward, when everything started going in place and checked on employees, the company there wasn't really much helping. You were pretty much left there. You know, that was it. So if you was hurt, it was just another number to them. They could easily replace you.
At the time, my boy was about 5-6. He pretty much had to become a man earlier than his time. Cleaning up, helping me with certain things, helping me putting the shoes on, learning how to cook somewhat. It took a toll on me because I'm putting my son in a position that he don't deserve to be in.
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