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Report: Part of occupant’s body caught between vehicle and other object in nonroadway transport incident at Llano Logistics, Inc. in Lubbock, Texas

DATE: 06/06/18

An employee reached for cases on a second level pick slot, grabbed the product and sat it onto their pallet jack while standing on the pallet jack platform. The employee then lost their footing and tried to catch themselves by grabbing the control handle. The directional control was triggered in the forward direction. Their right foot was struck-by the platform and pinned against a rack leg. The employee sustained a laceration above the right ankle and a crushing injury to the right foot.

Report ID 2018065531  
Date 06/06/2018  
UPA 1347435  
Primary NAICS 493110  
Nature 180 Multiple traumatic injuries and disorders, unspecified
Part of Body 5819 Foot(feet) and leg(s), n.e.c.
Source 8623 Pallet jack-powered
Secondary Source 2214 Racks-garment and other
Event 2721 Part of occupant’s body caught between vehicle and other object in nonroadway transport incident
Hospitalized Yes  
Amputation No  

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