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Report: Machinery or equipment incident on water vehicle at Port Personnel Services, LLC in Corpus Christi, Texas
A temporary employee was hooking up a cargo load in the hull of a boat when the straps holding the pipes broke, allowing the pipes to fall on top of him and strike his legs. He suffered a broken left leg and right leg laceration.
|Part of Body||510||Leg(s), unspecified|
|Source||830||Water vehicle, unspecified|
|Secondary Source||4120||Pipes, ducts, tubing, unspecified|
|Event||257||Machinery or equipment incident on water vehicle|
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