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Report: Struck by other falling powered vehicle at ENTERGY CORPORATION in Little Rock, Arkansas

DATE: 02/08/19

An employee was preparing to hook a chain to a broken, wooden light pole laying on the ground. A backyard machine tipped over and the boom attachment fell onto the employee. The employee sustained a lacerated spleen, a fractured back, a crushed diaphragm, multiple broken ribs and internal bleeding.

Report ID 2019021443  
Date 02/08/2019  
UPA 1424840  
Primary NAICS 221119  
Nature 194 Internal injuries to organs and blood vessels of the trunk
Part of Body 38 Multiple trunk locations
Source 320 Construction, logging, and mining machinery, unspecified
Event 6216 Struck by other falling powered vehicle
Hospitalized Yes  
Amputation No  

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