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Report: Small-scale (limited) fire at Allen Keller Company in Junction, Texas

DATE: 04/02/19

An employee was using an infrared gun to check the temperature of hot mix that was being loaded into an elevator to feed a silo. The flames rose, burning his face and neck.

Report ID 2019043398  
Date 04/02/2019  
UPA 1443186  
Inspection 1391208  
Primary NAICS 236220  
Nature 1520 Heat (thermal) burns, unspecified
Part of Body 81 Head and neck
Source 1644 Paving asphalt, asphaltic cement
Event 315 Small-scale (limited) fire
Hospitalized Yes  
Amputation No  

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