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Man who damaged eye in solar eclipse wants to warn others

PITTSTON TOWNSHIP (WNEP) -- James Holt of Pittston Township suffered permanent retina damage after staring into a solar eclipse in the 1960s when Holt was only about 10 years old. Read more| Comments
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