From exploding grills and snapping alligators to the menace of air conditioners, here are some of the myriad ways—some routine and some downright odd—that people get hurt in the summer. By Trevor Butterworth.
Trevor Butterworth is a regular contributor to the Financial Times, Forbes, and the Wall Street Journal. He is also editor of STATS.org
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