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Topic - Paul Clark
Some of the workers idled after an explosion tore through a New Hampshire ball bearing factory earlier this week will be back on the job Thursday.
A Massachusetts man who works at a New Hampshire ball bearings plant where an explosion injured at least 15 people says he heard a bang, felt a rumble and saw snow blown off the plant's roof.
An explosion rocked a small-town ball bearings plant on Monday, shaking walls, shattering windows and sending at least 15 people to the hospital, but a company spokeswoman said none of their injuries appeared to be life-threatening.
Killing time before Mitt Romney's campaign rally in New Hampshire this week, GOP activist Paul Clark shared the story of how some tea party activists in the crowd had assured him that they would vote for the presumptive GOP nominee come Election Day.
The American businessman on the verge of buying Rangers vowed on Thursday to end the culture of financial mismanagement that brought one of Britain's biggest clubs to the brink of closure.
The financiers trying to save Scottish champion Rangers have talked to the players about possible cuts to the roster.
"When asked recently about the essential difference between his original U.K. version of 'The Office' and its American remake, series creator/star Ricky Gervais stated that while Americans are brought up to believe in their boundless potential for success, British children are more often reminded of their social standing and limitations," writes Paul Clark at his Opal Films screening blog.
One employee, Paul Clark, tells The Associated Press he was told to return to work Thursday.
"I was in my car backing out when I felt a rumble and heard a bang," Paul Clark told AP. "I looked up and snow on the building's roof was flying into the wind."