After getting hurt, TSA worker says she can’t get care during shut down

 

A Transportation Security Administration worker who was hurt on the job says she's not only going without pay, but also without medical care, as the partial shutdown of the federal government continues. Rachel Pugh worked for the TSA at O'Hare for 10 years, and went out on workman's comp in September 2017 after she was injured. "I was doing bag checks and I got my foot caught on the x-ray and I fell," Pugh said. "They had to fuse my spine together, I have tendinitis bursitis in both shoulders."

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