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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 143983.01 02/16/2022 0316100   Employee Crushes Finger While Opening Door To Cab Of Bull Do
62 145242.01 02/16/2022 0552652   Employee Sustains Multiple Fractures When Legs Are Crushed B
63 143913.01 02/16/2022 0751910   Employee Incurs Amputation When Caught Between Load And Fork
64 144191.01 02/16/2022 0355110   Employee'S Fingertip Is Surgically Removed After Crush Injur
65 143899.01 02/16/2022 0452110 X Employee Is Killed When Pinned Between Semi-Trailer And Doll
66 143859.01 02/16/2022 0419700 X Employee Is Killed When Run Over By Bulldozer
67 144663.01 02/16/2022 0418300   Employee'S Foot Is Crushed By Forklift
68 143768.01 02/15/2022 0625500 X Employee Is Killed In Drum Roller Roll-Over
69 144457.01 02/14/2022 0950632   Employee Fractures Two Fingers After Use Of Pneumatic Foot
70 144037.01 02/11/2022 0316300   Employee Fractures Finger While Using Hammer
71 143805.01 02/11/2022 0454510 X Employee Dies After Pinned By Printer Press
72 148608.01 02/10/2022 0950644   Employee Crushes Fingers While Operating Press
73 144630.01 02/10/2022 0316700   Employee Amputates Finger When Caught Between Equipment
74 146070.01 02/09/2022 0950647   Employee'S Finger Is Amputated When Caught On Tractor
75 143568.01 02/09/2022 0213400 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Garbage Truck'S Loading Ar
76 143615.01 02/09/2022 0524500 X Employee Is Killed When Caught Between Vehicle And Loading D
77 143729.01 02/08/2022 0751910   Employee'S Finger Is Crushed By Meat Rack, Later Amputated
78 143537.01 02/07/2022 0728900 X Employee Is Killed When Crushed By Cardboard Baler
79 143965.01 02/07/2022 0317300   Employee Injures Arm When Caught In Unguarded Machinery
80 143551.01 02/06/2022 0317900 X Employee Is Killed When Caught In/Between Machinery

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