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Report: Pedestrian struck by vehicle propelled by another vehicle in nonroadway area at DFW Airport Terminal C in Dfw Airport, Texas

DATE: 06/12/19

An employee was working in an airplane’s aft cargo section. A tug struck the belt loader and pushed it into the belly of the aircraft, where it scraped the employee’s feet (causing swelling) and broke the employee’s legs above the ankles.

Report ID 2019065929  
Date 06/12/2019  
UPA 1464951  
Primary NAICS 488119  
Nature 111 Fractures
Part of Body 513 Lower leg(s)
Source 8624 Airport utility vehicle-powered
Secondary Source 8624 Airport utility vehicle-powered
Event 2441 Pedestrian struck by vehicle propelled by another vehicle in nonroadway area
Hospitalized Yes  
Amputation No  

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