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CHILE SMOKE
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August 16, 2006
The face of Chile's new anti-smoking law and campaign, Miguel Garcia Martin, 72, poses next to a mock...
Santiago, Chile
Miguel Garcia Martin poses next to a cigarette box printed with his portrait in Santiago
The face of Chile's new anti-smoking law and campaign, Miguel Garcia Martin, 72, poses next to a mock cigarette box printed with his portrait inside the health ministry in Santiago August 16, 2006. The box reads "Mr. Miguel, Chilean, smoked 20 years. Lost his larynx due to cancer". REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
SPORT NHL
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September 20, 2000
Montreal Canadiens right wing Trent McCleary, who nearly died during a frightening incident on the ice...
Montreal, USA
FILE PHOTO OF MONTREAL CANADIENS MCCLEARY.
Montreal Canadiens right wing Trent McCleary, who nearly died during a frightening incident on the ice last season, announced his retirement September 20, 2000. McCleary, shown at a January 29 news conference about the incident, suffered a fractured larynx and collapsed lung on January 29, when he was struck in the throat by a slap shot off the stick of Philadelphia's Chris Therien.

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SPORT NHL
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January 30, 2000
Montreal Canadiens Trent McCleary (6) is helped off the ice by his teammates and a first aid attendant,...
Montreal, Canada
MONTREAL CANADIENS TRENT MCCLEARY IS HELPED OFF ICE.
Montreal Canadiens Trent McCleary (6) is helped off the ice by his teammates and a first aid attendant, after being injured during second period NHL action in Montreal January 29. McCleary is listed under critical condition after suffering a fractured larynx and collapsed lung when he was hit by a slapshot during a game with the Philadelphia Flyers.

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SPORT NHL
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January 30, 2000
Montreal Canadiens' Trent McCleary is aided by a teammate after being injured during the second period...
Montreal, Canada
CANADIENS MCCLEARY INJURED.
Montreal Canadiens' Trent McCleary is aided by a teammate after being injured during the second period of NHL action in Montreal, January 29. McCleary was hit by a slapshot during a game with the Philadelphia Flyers and suffered a fractured larynx and collapsed lung. McCleary is listed under critical conditon after surgery.

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SPORT NHL
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January 30, 2000
Montreal Canadiens Trent McCleary (6) is helped off the ice by his teammates and a first aid attendant,...
Montreal, Canada
MONTREAL CANADIENS TRENT MCCLEARY IS HELPED OFF ICE.
Montreal Canadiens Trent McCleary (6) is helped off the ice by his teammates and a first aid attendant, after being injured during second period NHL action in Montreal January 29. McCleary is listed under critical condition after suffering a fractured larynx and collapsed lung when he was hit by a slapshot during a game with the Philadelphia Flyers.

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SPORT NHL
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January 30, 2000
Montreal Canadiens' Trent McCleary is aided by a teammate after being injured during the second period...
Montreal, Canada
CANADIENS MCCLEARY INJURED.
Montreal Canadiens' Trent McCleary is aided by a teammate after being injured during the second period of NHL action in Montreal, January 29. McCleary was hit by a slapshot during a game with the Philadelphia Flyers and suffered a fractured larynx and collapsed lung. McCleary is listed under critical conditon after surgery.

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SPORT NHL MCCLEARY
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January 30, 2000
1999 FILE PHOTO - Montreal Canadiens center Trent McCleary is fighting for his life in a local hospital...
Montreal, USA
FILE PHOTO OF CANADIENS TRENT MCCLEARY.
1999 FILE PHOTO - Montreal Canadiens center Trent McCleary is fighting for his life in a local hospital after he was struck in the throat by a slap shot January 29 in a 2-2 tie with the Philadelphia Flyers. McCleary, 27, suffered a fractured larynx and a collapsed lung after he went down to block a blast by Flyers defenseman Chris Therien in the second period.

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