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Report: Other fall to lower level more than 30 feet at Momentum Exterior Systems, Inc. in Houston, Texas
Two employees were preparing to perform glazing work on the 16th and lower levels of a new construction project. The adjustable suspended scaffold failed for unknown reasons. Employee 2 was able to jump out of the basket, grab one of the supporting ropes and climb to the roof. Employee 1 fell approximately 100 ft. to the ground with the scaffold. Employee 1 sustained severe head and body trauma along with a fractured right leg.
|Soreness, pain, hurt-nonspecified injury
|Part of Body
|Multiple body parts, n.e.c.
|Other fall to lower level more than 30 feet
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