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1. john thompson farming accident
On a January day in 1992, an accident on a central North Dakota farm forever changed John Thompson’s life. The then-high school senior’s arms were severed by a tractor’s power intake and …
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A 2012 photo of John Thompson, 20 years after his arms were ripped off in a farm accident near Hursdfield, N.D. His arms were reattached in a story that made international news. Facebook
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On January 11, 1992, John Thompson was an 18-year-old high school senior living on his family’s 1,600-acre farm near Hurdsfield, North Dakota. On that day, John’s parents were out of town visiting a relative in the hospital, leaving John at the home alone. After eating breakfast, John set out to take care of his chores…
4. john thompson farming accident
Thompson stopped first in Harvey, about 25 miles from the farm, for a checkup at the hospital there. He waived wheelchair assistance and walked into the hospital unassisted as 40 well-wishers cheered.
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COLUMN ONE : Reluctant Hero Longs for His Past : John Thompson captivated the nation when his arms were reattached after a farm accident. Now, he is tired of celebrity and wishes folks would see …
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Thompson is recovering at North Memorial Medical Center in Robbinsdale, Minn., where his arms were reattached in a series of surgeries following a freakish, and preventable, farm accident.
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Thompson was alone grinding feed on the family farm near Hurdsfield, about 90 miles southeast of Minot, N.D., when he became entangled in the tractor’s power takeoff shaft, Ms. Drury said.
8. john thompson farming accident
John Thompson was home alone when he had both his arms ripped off in a farming accident. However, he still managed to get up and dial for help via holding a pencil in his mouth. He survived and both his arms were reattached.
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In an April 4, 1992 photo, John Thompson, right, stands with his parents, Larry and Karen, in front of a combine at his parent’s farm near Hurdsfield, N.D.
10. john thompson farming accident
John Thompson, 48 Dowland Road, Limavady, BT49 0HT. The health and safety breach was as follows: Article 4(1) of the Health and Safety at Work (NI) Order 1978. The Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland (HSENI) is an Executive Non-Departmental Public Body, sponsored by the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment.
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3. Thompson Island (Massachusetts)
New Hampshire. For the next two centuries, Thompson Island was leased to several families for farming. Thompson‘s son eventually inherited the island after…
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