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Report: Struck against moving part of machinery or equipment at Super Target in Coral Springs, Florida

DATE: 01/04/15

On or about 1/4/15 at 1:50 PM, employee was slicing ham when a piece of meat slipped, allowing the employee’s hand to come into contact with the deli slicer. Employee lost tip of thumb; there was no bone loss.

Report ID 2015010052  
Date 01/04/2015  
UPA 930008  
Inspection 1016850  
Primary NAICS 445110  
Nature 1311 Amputations
Part of Body 4422 Fingertip(s)
Source 3711 Food slicers
Event 6311 Struck against moving part of machinery or equipment
Hospitalized No  
Amputation Yes  

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