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Report: Pedestrian vehicular incident, n.e.c. at Chip Haulers, LLC in Huttig, Arkansas

DATE: 09/10/15

An employee and a coworker were at servicing a truck. The employee was under the truck close to the fuel tanks when the coworker started the truck. The truck moved forward and the rear tandem caught the employee and drug him an unknown distance.

Report ID 2015096607  
Date 09/10/2015  
UPA 1018451  
Primary NAICS 484110  
Nature 10 Traumatic injuries and disorders, unspecified
Part of Body 9999 Nonclassifiable
Source 8420 Truck-motorized freight hauling and utility, unspecified
Event 249 Pedestrian vehicular incident, n.e.c.
Hospitalized Yes  
Amputation No  

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