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Report: Part of occupants body caught between vehicle and other object in nonroadway transport incident at Crostex Construction, Inc. in Missouri City, Texas
An employee was riding on the side of a front-end loader. It passed a pile of hardened dirt, which caught the employee’s leg. The employee fell to the ground and suffered a broken right tibia.
|Part of Body||513||Lower leg(s)|
|Source||3221||Bucket, front-end, end, and pay loaders|
|Secondary Source||554||Dirt, earth|
|Event||2721||Part of occupants body caught between vehicle and other object in nonroadway transport incident|
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