Your server process has received a SIGPIPE writing to a socket. This usually happens when you write to a socket fully closed on the other (client) side. This might be happening when a client program doesn’t wait till all the data from the server is received and simply closes a socket (using close function).
In a C program you would normally try setting to ignore SIGPIPE signal or setting a dummy signal handler for it. In this case a simple error will be returned when writing to a closed socket. In your case a python seems to throw an exception that can be handled as a premature disconnect of the client.
The broken pipe error usually occurs if your request is blocked or takes too long and after request-side timeout, it’ll close the connection and then, when the respond-side (server) tries to write to the socket, it will throw a pipe broken error.