Gold Rush: Nearly Chopped Up
While working through the night at Quartz Creek, Jim Thurber nearly has his legs chopped off when he's trying to free a boulder blocking the wash plant feeder.
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Gold Rush: Wash Plant Death
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Material Marvels: Shape-memory Alloys
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Material Marvels: Graphene
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Gold Rush: Car Crash
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Gold Rush: At A Halt
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