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Report: Hitting, kicking, beating, shoving at Kroger Texas LP-Store #328 in Beaumont, Texas

DATE: 03/06/17

An employee was attacked by a customer while working in one of the aisles. The customer cold cocked, kicked and broke two wine bottles over the injured employee’s head. The employee suffered a concussion, bleeding on the brain and head lacerations.

Report ID 2017032062  
Date 03/06/2017  
UPA 1189258  
Primary NAICS 445110  
Nature 1689 Multiple intracranial injuries, n.e.c.
Part of Body 111 Brain
Source 5770 Assailant, suspect, unspecified
Secondary Source 2113 Bottles, jugs, flasks
Event 1113 Hitting, kicking, beating, shoving
Hospitalized Yes  
Amputation No  

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