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Report: Shooting by other person-unintentional at Federal Bureau of Investigation in Crosbyton, Texas

DATE: 10/29/15

An employee received a gun shot wound during a joint operation between the state of Texas and the FBI.

Report ID 2015108104  
Date 10/29/2015  
UPA 1034349  
Primary NAICS 922120  
Nature 134 Gunshot wounds
Part of Body 9999 Nonclassifiable
Source 570 Person, other than injured or ill worker, unspecified
Event 1211 Shooting by other person-unintentional
Hospitalized Yes  
Amputation No  

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