A government safety agency has announced a recall of light poles that can crack and fall after 11 of them crashed at stadiums
and school gymnasiums over a decade-long period. Those poles are installed in several states, including Indiana. The Consumer
Product Safety Commission said there are more than 2,500 of the poles around the country. Manufactured by the now-defunct
Whitco Co. of Fort Worth, Texas, the poles can weigh between one and four tons. The commission said no one has been killed
by the falling poles, but several schools and outdoor bleachers have been “significantly” damaged. Fox59 will
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