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Report: Other fall to lower level less than 6 feet at Lane Construction in Mansfield, Texas
An employee was standing on the bed of a flatbed trailer, banging on the drum of a concrete mixer while it was being washed. He fell to the ground 5 or 6 feet below, breaking his tibia and fibula.
|Part of Body||513||Lower leg(s)|
|Source||8421||Semi, tractor-trailer, tanker truck|
|Secondary Source||660||Floors, walkways, ground surfaces, unspecified|
|Event||4331||Other fall to lower level less than 6 feet|
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