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Report: Intentional injury by other person, n.e.c. at Tyson Foods, Inc. in Rogers, Arkansas

DATE: 04/16/20

An employee was sitting in the break room when another employee walked over and threw hot soup into the employee’s face. The employee suffered burns to the left and right eyes, left cheek, and right nostril.

Report ID 2020043485  
Date 04/16/2020  
UPA 1573436  
Primary NAICS 311615  
Nature 1520 Heat (thermal) burns, unspecified
Part of Body 138 Multiple face locations
Source 5720 Co-worker or work associate of injured or ill worker, unspecified
Secondary Source 5222 Soups, sauces, gravies
Event 1119 Intentional injury by other person, n.e.c.
Hospitalized Yes  
Amputation No  

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