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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
281 200010403 02/03/1999 0729300 X 4925 Employee Killed When Run Over By Truck During Repairs
282 014414486 07/30/1987 0728900 X 3531 Employee Killed When Struck By Crane Boom
283 200051498 01/03/2002 0728900   7539 Employee Hospitalized For Lead Poisoning
284 200050680 05/13/1999 0728900 X 7549 Employee Killed When Bus Slips Off Jack
285 200052298 08/02/2004 0728900   7538 Employee Is Injured When Tire Ruptures
286 200051902 10/22/2002 0728900 X 7534 Employee Killed After Being Run Over Truck
287 123059.01 01/08/2020 0728900 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Wheel And Tire Assembly
288 200000529 04/30/1998 0728500 X 5511 Employee Killed When Crushed Under Fallen Vehicle
289 200000685 04/13/1999 0728500 X 3711 Employee Killed When Crushed By Falling Automobile
290 134523.01 04/02/2021 0728500 X Employee Is Killed After Being Caught Between Two Trucks
291 200000982 05/28/2000 0728500 X 1711 Employee Killed When Van Falls From Jack Stand
292 99994.015 10/04/2017 0728500   Employee Catches Finger In Hoist And Chain Track And Amputat
293 014557425 06/05/1985 0653510 X 2051 Run Over By Truck Under Repair
294 136276.01 06/09/2021 0636900 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Falling Vehicle
295 200713733 10/12/2009 0636900 X 7538 Auto Service Center Worker Is Electrocuted By Light Fixture
296 200713956 08/18/2010 0636900 X 7534 Worker Is Struck And Killed By Exploding Tire
297 200711141 09/23/2000 0636900 X 1623 Employee Killed When Run Over By Diesel Truck
298 200712347 10/14/2004 0636900 X 7538 Employee Is Killed When Crushed By Trailer
299 200640498 02/28/1997 0627700 X 7534,3448 One Employee Killed, One Injured In Tire Explosion
300 122470.01 01/10/2020 0627700 X Automotive Technician Is Burned When Fuel Catches On Fire

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