Susan opened a kitchen cabinet and five glass bowls stacked in descending size flung themselves downward ("Hey!") exploding on her fancy granite counter top.
This was no safety glass. Shanks and shards flew from the kitchen to the dining room.
Mercifully, Susan got only one small cut but the cleanup involved a three step process;
a straight edge was employed to sweep the debris directly into a big black contractor's garbage bag,
then the cumbersome wet-dry vac,
lastly, a series of wet paper towels to wipe up the sparkly glass dust.
There were no casualties beyond the glass bowls. Spared was the the brand new candy thermometer used for the panforte Susan made last night and the French press filled with hot coffee, a mug for which Susan originally opened the cabinet.
Does the last part of that sentence sound right? Susan opened the cabinet to get a mug and the sh*t fell on top of her.
The husband claimed responsibility for improperly stacking the glass bowls, Susan forgave him and they had coffee.