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Accident: 200831618 - Cargo Dolly Runs Over Feet Of Airport Security Agent

Accident: 200831618 -- Report ID: 0215600 -- Event Date: 08/10/2011
InspectionOpen DateSICEstablishment Name
31343191808/10/20117381Adelis International Security, Inc.
InspectionOpen DateSICEstablishment Name
31343190008/10/20114513Ups Air Operations
InspectionOpen DateSICEstablishment Name
31343192608/10/20114513Ground Services International, Inc.
On August 10, 2011, a worker was employed as a security agent. She was working at a cargo terminal at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York. A train of four dollies with two empty cargo containers attached to the top of dollies number three and four at the rear of the train was parked and awaiting positioning at an aircraft for loading. The security agent was standing between containers number three and four of the train. When the driver of a tug pulled the train forward approximately 10 feet, container number four struck the employee, causing her to fall to the ground. Dolly number four ran over both her feet, and she sustained lacerations to her feet and ankles. Because there were three employers involved, there were two other inspections for this incident. Inspection number 313431926 was for the firm that provided ground services, and inspection number 313431900 was for the firm that shipped the cargo.
Keywords: aircraft, airport, laceration, mech mat handling, ankle, foot, struck by, run over
Employee # Inspection Age Sex Degree Nature Occupation
1 313431918 Hospitalized injury Cut/Laceration Occupation not reported
2 313431900 Occupation not reported
3 313431926 Occupation not reported

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