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Report: Multiple types of overexertion involving outside sources at Pep Boys #797 in Austin, Texas

DATE: 07/31/18

An employee was grabbing and stacking tires when his face became red; suffering cardiac arrest, he collapsed and struck his head.

Report ID 2018077771  
Date 07/31/2018  
UPA 1366250  
Primary NAICS 811111  
Nature 2359 Other forms of heart disease, n.e.c.
Part of Body 310 Chest, except internal location of diseases or disorders
Source 4813 Tires, except bike
Event 718 Multiple types of overexertion involving outside sources
Hospitalized Yes  
Amputation No  

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