August 1, 2014
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Steven Faber holds an X-ray showing a nail on the right side that punctured his chest and heart during an accident at a Cheney work site Thursday morning.
Dec. 11, 2004 in City on Page B1
Sitting in the emergency room with a 21/8-inch nail in his chest Thursday morning, Steven Faber got his prognosis. “I told him that I thought the nail might be in …
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