No doubt that the e-clip came off and the axle shifted. Then the yoke came off the axle. The pic is too blurry for me to see splinters in the limbs. I'd back the weight off some more, tap the axle back in place, and reinstall the cable yoke. The cable itself appears OK. Oh, a new e-clip might be a good idea, too.
In the meantime get some clearer pics and talk to Joel at Martin about the possibility of new limbs. Once you have better pics put it back together and shoot it.
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