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Accident: 14274179 - Employee Seriously Injured When Run Over By Log Skidder

Accident: 14274179 -- Report ID: 0111100 -- Event Date: 11/16/1990
InspectionOpen DateSICEstablishment Name
10098773411/16/19902411Hillside Logging
Employee #1 was using a Clark 540B log skidder to haul logs to a collection area. He parked the skidder on an incline and engaged a transmission locking feature on the machine to hold it in place. He did not engage the parking brake or lower the scraper blade to the ground. Dismounting the skidder to attach choker cables to logs, he was between the front and rear wheels on the left side when the transmission lock disengaged. The skidder rolled back and the front left wheel rolled over him. He suffered a broken cheekbone, a broken eye bone, a broken sternum, broken left and right ribs, a cracked pelvis in three places, and nerve damage to his left leg.
Keywords: fracture, brake, work rules, torso, pelvis, skidder, face, logging, run over, slope
Employee # Inspection Age Sex Degree Nature Occupation
1 100987734 Hospitalized injury Fracture Occupation not reported

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