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Report: Mauled, clawed, or scratched by animal at Red River Livestock in Overbrook, Oklahoma

DATE: 05/23/18

An employee was moving cattle when a bull broke loose and mauled the employee, who suffered internal and external bodily injuries.

Report ID 2018055055  
Date 05/23/2018  
UPA 1341104  
Primary NAICS 424520  
Nature 180 Multiple traumatic injuries and disorders, unspecified
Part of Body 891 Whole body
Source 5153 Cattle and other bovines
Event 1323 Mauled, clawed, or scratched by animal
Hospitalized Yes  
Amputation No  

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