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Report: Other fall to lower level more than 30 feet at Helena Agri-Enterprises, LLC in Mcgehee, Arkansas
An employee was on the roof of a fertilizer storage building, shoveling fertilizer that had spilled out through the hole in the roof. He slipped and fell down 20 feet of roof, then dropped 12 feet straight onto a trolley rail, then fell from the rail to the ground 18 inches below. The employee suffered three brain bleeds, a broken fractured left wrist, stomach injury, a kidney injury, a fractured eye socket, a pelvis fracture, a gash in the forehead (requiring stitches), and a cut that left skin hanging from his forehead.
|Nature||185||Intracranial injuries and injuries to internal organs|
|Part of Body||83||Head and trunk|
|Secondary Source||660||Floors, walkways, ground surfaces, unspecified|
|Event||4337||Other fall to lower level more than 30 feet|
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