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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
201 201159704 02/17/2004 0950633   1742 Employee'S Skull Is Punctured By Nail
202 201158722 12/06/2003 0950633   1751 Employee Inadvertently Fires Nail Into His Own Leg
203 201084852 11/06/2003 0950625   5999 Flash Fire Burns Employee
204 200822187 11/03/2003 0521400   3364 Employee Suffered Burns From Hot Splashing Metal
205 201181773 09/08/2003 0950611   2431 Employee Is Injured While Cleaning Saw
206 126090455 08/26/2003 0950644   7361 Employee'S Fingers Are Amputated In Machinery
207 202317525 08/16/2003 0950653   1422 Employee Burned With Premature Discharge Of Compressed Gas
208 201797222 08/16/2003 0950644   2813 Employee Injured While Spiking Gas Cylinders
209 200840916 07/07/2003 0524530 X 1799,9999 Employee Dies From Asphyxiation
210 200992451 06/09/2003 0551800   5012 Two Employees Injured In Explosion While Servicing Engine
211 201796901 05/23/2003 0950644   7359 Employee Inured When Cylinder Filled With Helium Exploded
212 170763205 04/28/2003 0950625 X 7319 Employee Is Electrocuted While Cutting Wires
213 200220150 01/02/2003 0316300 X 3443 Employee Suffers Scalding And Died From Complications
214 170763023 07/02/2002 0950625   761 Employee'S Arm Is Injured In Conveyor Belt
215 201142718 07/02/2002 0950631   3299 Employee'S Eye Is Injured When Compressed Air Line Fails
216 200271013 03/05/2002 0524500   3321,1721 Employee Injured By Nitrogen Inhalation
217 201780400 02/16/2002 0935000 X 7363 Employee Fatally Burned By Hot Air
218 201771490 09/27/2001 0213900 X 7549 Tire Overfilled With Compressed Air Blows Killing Employee
219 201361573 08/04/2001 0419400 X 1799 Employee Killed When Struck By Compressed Air
220 201033933 07/19/2001 0950635   1541 Employee Injured When Thigh Impaled By Pneumatic Nail Gun

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