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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
121 140280.01 10/17/2021 0523900 X Employee Dies When Caught Between Two Conveyors
122 140372.01 10/16/2021 0316400   Employee Amputates Finger While Clearing Jammed Equipment
123 140375.01 10/16/2021 0213600   Employee Breaks Arm When Caught In Conveyor
124 140409.01 10/16/2021 0521700   Employee Amputates Fingertip In Conveyer Belt
125 145227.01 10/15/2021 0950644   Employee Incurs Abrasion On Hand When Caught Between Conveyo
126 140482.01 10/14/2021 0317000   Employee Is Found Unconscious With Multiple Unspecified Inju
127 141103.01 10/14/2021 0950614   Employee Lacerates Head And Fractures Rib When Ejected From
128 140147.01 10/12/2021 0627700 X Employee Is Killed In Fall Into Auger
129 138644.01 08/27/2021 0213400 X Employee Is Electrocuted Under Discharge Belt
130 143510.01 08/10/2021 0950615   Employee Amputates Four Fingers When Reaching Into Unguarded
131 137358.01 07/20/2021 0521700 X Employee Is Killed When Crushed In Conveyor
132 137362.01 07/17/2021 0453730 X Employee Is Killed In Vehicle Rollover
133 136442.01 06/18/2021 0950411 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed When Forklift Rolls Over
134 136377.01 06/16/2021 0953220 X Employee Falls From Seat, Is Crushed By Airplane-Towing Trac
135 136163.01 06/07/2021 0453710 X Employee Is Killed When Caught Between Machine Roller And Be
136 135610.01 05/14/2021 0522300 X Employee Is Killed In Powered Industrial Vehicle Roll Over
137 135626.01 04/28/2021 0454510 X Employee Receives Crushing Head Injury And Is Killed In Vehi
138 135398.01 04/18/2021 1054115 X One Employee Is Killed, One Is Injured When Work Truck Overt
139 134829.01 04/13/2021 0420100 X Employee Is Killed In Fall Into Rock Hopper
140 134484.01 03/29/2021 0418600 X Employee Is Killed After Falling And Being Crushed By Pole

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