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Report: Struck or run over by rolling powered vehicle at Walmart #6579 in New Caney, Texas

DATE: 10/20/18

An employee had her safety vest on and was using a walker stacker to pull down a pallet of bags from a steel rack. She backed up against a beam and the walker ran over her foot. Her foot became caught between steel and the walker, causing a compound fracture to the big and little toes. She was hospitalized and had surgery.

Report ID 20181010850  
Date 10/20/2018  
UPA 1393670  
Primary NAICS 452111  
Nature 111 Fractures
Part of Body 532 Toes(s), toenail(s)
Source 8623 Pallet jack-powered
Secondary Source 2214 Racks-garment and other
Event 6212 Struck or run over by rolling powered vehicle
Hospitalized Yes  
Amputation No  

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