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Report: Overexertion and bodily reaction, unspecified at Gordon Food Services in Houston, Texas

DATE: 09/26/18

An employee was driving around the warehouse order picking when the employee started experiencing lower back pain, requiring hospitalization for a lower back strain.

Report ID 2018099973  
Date 09/26/2018  
UPA 1387092  
Primary NAICS 423990  
Nature 1233 Strains
Part of Body 322 Lumbar region
Source 560 Person-injured or ill worker, unspecified
Event 70 Overexertion and bodily reaction, unspecified
Hospitalized Yes  
Amputation No  

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