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Report: Fall, slip, trip, unspecified at United States Postal Service in Garland, Texas
An employee was delivering mail at a residence when she slipped and hit her head on the storm door. She stumbled back and fell onto the lawn, fracturing the top vertebrae in her neck.
|Part of Body||20||Neck, except internal location of diseases or disorders|
|Source||60||Structures and surfaces, unspecified|
|Event||40||Fall, slip, trip, unspecified|
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