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Report: Vehicle or machinery fire at Big 4 Trucking, Inc. in Roseland, Louisiana
Two employees were troubleshooting the starter on a forklift in the maintenance area. While both employees were on opposite ends of the forklift, the second employee pulled the connection tube on the forklift tank. A flash fire occurred. The first employee suffered second degree burns to the face. The second employee suffered second degree burns to the hand/finger and a first degree burn to the forearm. Both were hospitalized.
|Second degree heat (thermal) burns
|Part of Body
|Forklift, order picker, platform truck-powered
|Vehicle or machinery fire
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