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Report: Caught in running equipment or machinery, unspecified at Packaging Corporation of America in Arlington, Texas
A temporary employee was stacking material when the punching equipment line was stopped by other employees so they could address the recycling baler. The temporary employee went to the area around the shredder and was attempting to pull some material from underneath a conveyor when the employee’s left hand was caught between the roller and the belt of the conveyor. The employee suffered a crushed left hand, fractured left thumb, and skin removal from the back of the left hand.
|Fractures and other injuries, n.e.c.
|Part of Body
|Hand(s) and finger(s)
|Caught in running equipment or machinery, unspecified
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