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Report: Contact with objects and equipment, unspecified at Brigade Energy Services, LLC in Barnhart, Texas
An employee removed nuts on a stripper head and was raising the head up over the annular when the head slipped and struck the employee’s left arm, pinning it against studs. The employee’s arms sustained multiple fractures.
|Part of Body
|Oil drilling rigs and machinery
|Contact with objects and equipment, unspecified
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