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January 20, 2013

United Airlines Worker Struck By Baggage Cart At Newark Airport

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Written by: Jessica Calefati, NJ.com
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United Airlines worker struck by baggage cart, seriously injured at Newark Airport (via NJ.com)

NEWARK — A United Airlines employee sustained serious injuries Sunday morning after being pinned by a cart carrying luggage at Newark Airport, a spokesmen for the airline and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey said. While driving on the airport’s tarmac, a vehicle carrying trays of food…




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