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Report: Struck by discharged object or substance at Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LP in Cleburne, Texas

DATE: 12/31/19

A braided stainless steel hose (about 1 inch in diameter by 1 foot long) between fixed piping and the discharge side of a compressor on an odorant delivery truck ruptured. Debris from the ruptured hose struck a Chevron Phillips employee on the left side of the face. The employee was hospitalized, undergoing eye surgery.

Report ID 20191213298  
Date 12/31/2019  
UPA 1530755  
Primary NAICS 325211  
Nature 1972 Soreness, pain, hurt-nonspecified injury
Part of Body 132 Eye(s)
Source 940 Scrap, waste, debris, unspecified
Secondary Source 2122 Hoses
Event 6242 Struck by discharged object or substance
Hospitalized Yes  
Amputation No  

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