Jessica Rowe Prevents Co-host Sarah Harris From Shooting Herself In The Face With A Nail Gun With Just Seconds To Spare | Mail Online

As cool as body piercing is at the moment, I wouldnt recommend it with one of these, Laye warned. After Sarah mixed the guns up for the mind reading experiment, Laye blindfolded himself. How it should be done: A demonstration of how the gun would be fired was aired in the lead-up to the segment Clearly no future as a handyman: Sarah struggles with how she is meant to be holding the nail gun Fearful onlookers: Sarah’s Studio 10 co-hosts looked on as she picked up the nail gun And when Sarah picked up the nail gun, things started to get hairy when she held it in the wrong direction. Okay, youre going to fire that in to the palm of my hand, Laye directed. Holding the nail gun in position, the studio audience and Sarah’s fellow presenters started screaming out to her that the gun was being held the wrong way. ‘Turn around?
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Nail Gun Injuries Soar in Consumers

Jessica Drake. The dogs did not get hit by the nails. According to Drake, the incident occurred at a residence on Highway 118 east in Bracebridge was investigated by police on April 26. The man has been charged under the OSPCA Act with causing distress to an animal.
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Dogs unharmed in nail gun shooting

The CDC today reported that the number of consumers seeking emergency treatment at hospitals for nail gun injuries rose 200% from 1991 to 2005. That trend is likely due to the increase in the availability of nail guns at home hardware stores, but no sales data are available to confirm that, notes the CDC. Workers and consumers should make sure that their nail gun has a safety feature called a sequential-trip trigger, says the CDC in a news release. The CDC also says additional training material on nail gun safety should be provided wherever nail guns are sold and rented. Nail Gun Injuries The new statistics come from hospital emergency rooms nationwide. Data from 2001 to 2005 show that most nail gun injuries — 60% — occurred in workers. Most nail gun injuries occur in men, affect the upper body, and include puncture wounds, bone fractures , and eye injuries, according to the report.
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