“My friend saw a landscaper run over a hen. She was so traumatized, she had to take off work for a week.”
Which begs the question: Where was the hen employed?
(Beware pronouns! A pronoun substitutes for a noun. But for which noun? In English, the pronoun often “feels” like it should refer to the most recently aforementioned noun. In this case, “she” may seem to refer to “hen.” If so, that is a chicken with a darn good job.)