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Report: Thrown, fell, or jumped from animal being ridden at Department of Homeland Security in Sullivan City, Texas

DATE: 04/23/19

At about 8:10 p.m. on April 23, 2019, a mounted border patrol agent ran into a branch and was knocked off his horse. He suffered a laceration, a concussion, and a hairline fracture to a vertebra in his neck. He was hospitalized.

Report ID 2019044127  
Date 04/23/2019  
UPA 1449436  
Inspection 1396218  
Primary NAICS 922120  
Nature 1831 Fractures (except skull fractures) and concussions
Part of Body 81 Head and neck
Source 5154 Horses and other equines
Secondary Source 5871 Trees
Event 2313 Thrown, fell, or jumped from animal being ridden
Hospitalized Yes  
Amputation No  

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