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Accident: 109976.015 - Employee Is Thrown From Atv In Rollover And Sustains Fractur

Accident: 109976.015 -- Report ID: 0950623 -- Event Date: 06/05/2018
InspectionOpen DateSICEstablishment Name
1327830.01507/05/2018Diamond R Ranch, Inc.

At approximately 4:10 or 4:20 a.m. on or about June 5, 2018, a 45-year-old emplo yee was working as a ranch hand on a farm or ranch that specialized in dairy cat tle and milk production. He was operating a 2008 Honda TRX420TM FourTrax Rancher all-terrain vehicle (ATV), with VIN 1HFTE340084101124. He was driving the ATV i nto a pasture to gather cattle to be milked. He had traveled up the farms cow l ane on the ATV and had entered a pasture to the east of the milking parlor. He w as holding a spotlight in his left hand searching for cows. As he was driving, t he ATV contacted a small berm. The employee lost control of the ATV. The employe e was thrown from the ATV as it rolled. He sustained a broken left clavicle, mul tiple fractures to his ribs on his left side, and a partially collapsed lung. He was hospitalized.

Keywords: agriculture, animal, collarbone, flying object, fracture, lost control, lung, motorcycle, poor visibility, rib, roll-over, uneven ground

Employee Details
Employee # Inspection Age Sex Degree Nature Occupation
1 1327830.015 45 M Hospitalized injury Farm workers

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