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  • Copier explodes in colorful cloud

    Datamax of Kansas City dropped a copier from a 110-foot-high crane on Thursday near their headquarters in Lenexa. The event was the culmination of their "worst copier in Kansas City" contest which was won by the nonprofit Ad Hoc Group Against Crime.

Datamax of Kansas City dropped a copier from a 110-foot-high crane on Thursday near their headquarters in Lenexa. The event was the culmination of their "worst copier in Kansas City" contest which was won by the nonprofit Ad Hoc Group Against Crime. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
Datamax of Kansas City dropped a copier from a 110-foot-high crane on Thursday near their headquarters in Lenexa. The event was the culmination of their "worst copier in Kansas City" contest which was won by the nonprofit Ad Hoc Group Against Crime. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

Lenexa company kills 'worst copier in Kansas City'

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