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King County Metro Implements Workplace Safety Plan for Trolley Maintenance

King County Metro Transit has taken steps to improve training and workplace safety for vehicle maintenance staff in response to two incidents in which mechanics received an electric shock while performing routine inspections of electric trolley buses
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