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Report: Ignition of vapors, gases, or liquids at AAA Well Service in Manvel, Texas

DATE: 09/18/15

The employee was circulating mud and water and sucking fluid from a steel container with a running vacuum truck. H2S vapor accumulated under the truck. When it reached his hot pump, it caused a flash fire. The employee suffered burns to his face and hands.

Report ID 2015096851  
Date 09/18/2015  
UPA 1021411  
Inspection 1095030  
Primary NAICS 213112  
Nature 1520 Heat (thermal) burns, unspecified
Part of Body 899 Multiple body parts, n.e.c.
Source 1771 Hydrogen sulfide
Secondary Source 3797 Pumps
Event 317 Ignition of vapors, gases, or liquids
Hospitalized No  
Amputation Yes  

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