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Reminds me of an episode of a Brittish detective, I think it was Frost, where people died in a hospital because the cleaning lady pulled out plugs of vital medical equipment to plug in the vacuum cleaner. It was never noticed before, because she always put the plug back in when she was done cleaning.

Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn

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