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Report: Other fall to lower level, unspecified at Alamo Structural Steel, LLC in Victoria, Texas
On June 25, 2018, an employee was pinching the metal pins (weighing about 25 pounds) out of an 18-wheeler flatbed truck, preparing the bed for a new load of steel I-beams. One of the pins caught his cloth causing him to lose balance; he fell to the concrete floor, breaking several ribs and his collarbone.
|Part of Body
|Multiple body parts, n.e.c.
|Semi, tractor-trailer, tanker truck
|Apparel and textiles, unspecified
|Other fall to lower level, unspecified
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