OSHA for Chess Players

October 24, 2006

Via the Boylston Chess Club, we learn the hazards of chess…

from the nashville city paper
The Opryland Hotel has been named as a defendant in a federal wrongful death lawsuit…

The civil action claims [that Rosanna] Lane died as an indirect result of injuries she sustained when an Opryland Hotel conference table suddenly collapsed on her lap.

Lane was attending a chess tournament held at the Opryland Hotel April 2005 when, according to the complaint, a conference table “suddenly and without warning” broke and fell directly on Lane’s lower body.

Her injuries required surgery to her knee, the lawsuit says. And as a result of that surgery she developed an infection that ultimately killed her.

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One Response to “OSHA for Chess Players”

  1. MzBizzy said

    Love your work! I am trying to create a blog too!

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