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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
241 000566364 05/18/1994 0636900 X 1794 Employees Buried In Excavation Cave-In
242 170360036 05/12/1994 0950623   5399 Employee Injured In Fall Into Lube Pit
243 000693432 03/21/1994 0355116   2599 Employee Trips And Falls Into Unguarded Pit
244 170355333 01/31/1994 0950631   3441 Employee Falls 7 1/2 Feet Into Concrete Pit At Night
245 170723837 10/26/1993 0950623   4953 Employee Falls Into Pit After Being Struck By Garbage Truck
246 170700306 09/13/1993 0950643   1629 Employee Dragged Down Incline When Safety Line Breaks
247 170732077 03/22/1993 0950631   7996 Employee Breaks Hip After Falling Into Pit
248 170341531 12/09/1992 0317700 X 4941 Employee Killed When Struck By Vehicle
249 170020267 09/09/1992 0213100 X 5169 Employee Drowns In Pit After Striking Head In Fall
250 000920421 08/21/1992 0418800 X 1629 Truck Driver Drowns While Trapped In Truck At Bottom Of Pit
251 014449862 08/08/1992 0552700 X 291 Two Employees Die Of Asphyxia In Manure Pit
252 170697858 06/20/1992 0950623 X 2421 Employee Killed When Entangled In Conveyor Nip Point
253 014439400 05/27/1992 1032500   2621 Employee Burned By Overflowing Pulp Stock Material.
254 170156095 05/23/1992 0950642   2842 Employee Hospitalized After Falling From Fixed Ladder
255 000772921 05/16/1992 0627700 X 3724 Employee Asphyxiated By Argon Gas
256 170715445 03/23/1992 0950631   5411 Employee Injured After Falling Into Receiving Pit
257 170063317 03/13/1992 0453710 X 9511 Employee Drowns In Waste Scum Pit
258 170184386 03/09/1992 0950641   3999 Employee Suffers Concussion In 27 Ft Fall Into Stage Pit
259 170066864 03/05/1992 0352430   3312 Employee Burned By Hot Water When Ladder Falls In Pit
260 014514426 03/04/1992 0524700 X 3316 Two Employees Killed In Molten Steel Spill

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