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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 99683.015 09/22/2017 1055360   Employee Driving Dump Truck Is Injured When Brakes Fail
2 202366993 07/26/2007 1055360 X 1794 Employee Killed When Crushed Under Rolling Truck
3 170250633 09/13/1994 1055360 X 111 Employee Killed When Front End Loader Brake Fails
4 170006852 05/24/1999 1055360   782 Employee Injured When Brakes Fail In Dump Truck
5 171135080 09/09/2002 1055360   5521 Employee'S Fingers Are Crushed In Hydraulic Press Brake
6 87892.015 08/15/2016 1055360 X Employee Is Killed When Semi-Truck Crashes Into Warehouse
7 170250831 07/20/1994 1055360   3444 Employee Fractures Fingertips In Press
8 202366324 09/12/2006 1055360 X 1611 Employee Dies Of Burns When Truck Goes Out Of Control
9 202367496 05/05/2008 1055350 X 2411 Employee Run Over By Truck Tractor
10 170241954 12/27/1991 1055350 X 4212 Employee Killed When Crushed By Overturned Tractor Trailer
11 202365110 07/19/2005 1055350 X 5148 Employee Is Killed By Contact With Energized Wire
12 170248009 05/17/1991 1055350 X 5148 Employee Killed When Crushed Against Wall By Runaway Truck
13 170249973 03/26/1991 1055350 X 175 Employee Crushed And Killed By Tractor
14 170236152 09/10/1993 1055350 X 2411 Employee Crushed Between Truck And Log Deck
15 202368031 09/27/2009 1055350 X 175 Employee Is Killed When Crushed Between Machinery
16 170234090 07/24/1996 1055350 X 2411 Employee Killed When Logging Truck Overturns
17 170236913 10/18/1995 1055350   175 Employee Injured When Pinned By Backward Rolling Tractor
18 171043912 07/28/1997 1055350 X 2411 Employee Killed When Logging Truck Overturns
19 171038078 10/01/1996 1055350 X 175 Employee Killed When Lift Truck Rolls Off Jacks
20 202365102 07/20/2005 1055350 X 5148 Employee Is Electrocuted By Energized Brake, Later Dies

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