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Report: Pedestrian struck by vehicle in nonroadway area, n.e.c. at WAURIKA LIVESTOCK COMMISSION CO. in Waurika, Oklahoma
A forklift-loader operator was moving feed for cattle inside a pen when a cow charged the operator. The operator quickly spun the loader around to avoid the cow and struck an employee standing nearby, pinning him against a fence/gate inside the pen. The employee suffered internal injuries with cuts and lacerations.
|Internal injuries to organs and blood vessels of the trunk
|Part of Body
|Chest, except internal location of diseases or disorders
|Skid steer loaders, mini loaders
|Cattle and other bovines
|Pedestrian struck by vehicle in nonroadway area, n.e.c.
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