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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
201 201791092 06/10/1997 0950644   3674 Employee Suffers Acid Burns While Mixing Chemical Solution
202 170154165 09/25/1993 0950644   3641 Employee Injured When Struck In Eye By Metal Object
203 201795739 04/24/2002 0950644   5999 Dog Bites Employee While Being Groomed
204 201798931 12/06/2004 0950644   2841 Employee Is Injured Due To Chemical Burn
205 201799368 11/30/2004 0950644   783 Employee Injures Head And Eye While Trimming Trees
206 170154413 12/10/1990 0950644   3559 Employee'S Fingertips Amputated When Caught Between Rollers
207 201795937 06/19/2002 0950644   5812 Employee'S Chest Burned When Stuck By Hot Shortening
208 170729123 01/15/1993 0950644   2082 Brewery Employee Injured In Fall
209 170729073 05/11/1993 0950644   1731 Burn - Electrical Fault In Panelboard
210 201791761 08/26/1998 0950644   1623 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Conductor
211 170897821 10/27/1998 0950644   1761 Employee'S Face And Hands Burned By Hot Asphalt
212 170903421 02/12/1996 0950644   3429 Employee Injured When Arm Caught In Milling Machine
213 170731954 07/07/1995 0950644   4731 Employee'S Ankle Sprained When Foot Pinned Against Wall
214 201796448 08/02/2002 0950644   2011 Employee Fractured Arm And Ribs In Conveyor
215 170896617 04/16/1999 0950644   2448 Employee'S Thumb Amputated In Chop Saw
216 201796034 08/06/2002 0950644   2022 Employee Fractures Fingers When Caught By Lathe
217 170738835 07/25/1994 0950644   1731 Burn - Electrical Fault In Panelboard
218 170895197 10/13/1997 0950644   8711 Burn - Electrical Fault In Switchgear
219 170632616 12/18/1996 0950644   1761 Employee'S Hand Burned From Hot Tar
220 202479838 02/06/2014 0950644   3317 Employee Fractures Knee And Ankle When Caught In Mill

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