Acute fracture of L2 vertebral body with "retropulsion" causing narrowing of the spinal canal. This is impinging the spinal cord at the level of conus/start of the cauda equina. No change in cord signal.
Small corner fracture of L3.
Note: STIR acts to "suppress" fat allowing better visualisation of other soft tissues and CSF space. The brightness in L2 is oedema in an acute fracture.