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Report: Other fall to lower level, unspecified at Lee Lewis Construction, Inc. in Dallas, Texas
Inside a building being renovated, an employee was working from a 12-foot A-frame stepladder while using a grinder to remove an air duct when the air duct swung down and struck the ladder. This caused the employee to fall to the concrete floor below, suffering a broken left pelvis/hip, left arm bone chip, and a cut above left eye.
|Part of Body||899||Multiple body parts, n.e.c.|
|Event||4330||Other fall to lower level, unspecified|
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