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Report: Fall from collapsing structure or equipment, unspecified at Lonestar Forming in Grapevine, Texas
An employee climbed up a pilaster wall panel to hook up with the crane. The employee removed the she-bolt and the wall panel fell while the employee was hooked off to it. The employee suffered a broken right tibia and left shin laceration.
|Part of Body
|Building materials-solid elements, n.e.c.
|Fall from collapsing structure or equipment, unspecified
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