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Report: Struck by dislodged flying object, particle at Advanced Mustang Energy Services LP in Lamesa, Texas

DATE: 01/09/20

The injured employee parked the vacuum truck on the SW end of the pulling unit. Another employee used the winch line on the pulling unit to grab a pipe. He wrapped the winch line around the vacuum truck’s bumper tow pin and back up around the pipe to just below half-way up the pipe. The pipe began to bow in the middle. The pipe gave way and hit the injured employee on the left side, stomach, and back knocking the employee to the ground.

Report ID 2020010270  
Date 01/09/2020  
UPA 1533920  
Inspection 1458120  
Primary NAICS 213112  
Nature 1972 Soreness, pain, hurt-nonspecified injury
Part of Body 899 Multiple body parts, n.e.c.
Source 4120 Pipes, ducts, tubing, unspecified
Secondary Source 340 Material and personnel handling machinery, unspecified
Event 6241 Struck by dislodged flying object, particle
Hospitalized Yes  
Amputation No  

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