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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
281 000775429 08/09/1989 0627700 X 1771 Employee Killed From Truck Overturn
282 014473409 07/27/1989 0521400 X 1796,3523 Employee Died Due To Asphyxia And Five Others Injured
283 000915157 07/26/1989 0552627 X 241 Five Employees Die In Manure Pit
284 014256093 05/18/1989 0453710   3231 Employee'S Arm Amputated When Pinned In Elevator Belt
285 014234033 02/22/1989 0627700 X 1381 Employee Killed When Caught Between Truck And Load
286 014250971 11/28/1988 0453710 X 2281 Employee Killed When Pulled Into Machine And Crushed
287 014424162 11/23/1988 0729300 X 2048 Employee Killed When Run Over By Grain Truck At Scales
288 000742510 11/08/1988 0352430   7539 Employee Injured In Fall Into Pit
289 014512677 08/01/1988 0625400 X 1381 Roustabout Killed When Struck By Mud At High Pressure
290 014453773 06/06/1988 0751910 X 3353 Employee Killed In Fall While Cleaning Pit
291 001002401 05/25/1988 0751910 X 4952 Employee Drowns In Water Pit
292 014233167 03/05/1988 0316700 X 3312 Employee Killed When He Fell Into A Furnace Pit
293 000677161 12/11/1987 0522000 X 1799 Construction Worker Killed When Crushed By Falling Elevator
294 014394050 10/20/1987 0625700 X 2621 Two Employees Killed, One Injured By Live Steam
295 000997411 10/19/1987 0551800 X 3452 Employee Killed When She Fell Into A Coal Bin
296 000707927 07/14/1987 0352420 X 3312 Forklift Operator Killed When Lift Overturned (Overloaded)
297 014388615 06/25/1987 0524700 X 2951 Employee Killed When Loader Tumbles Down Bank
298 000571083 06/09/1987 0524500   1799 Construction Employee Injured In Fall From Aerial Lift
299 014547582 03/16/1987 1032100 X 1629 Employee Drowns When Bulldozer Slides Into Freezing Water
300 014503452 01/25/1987 0729700 X 3011 One Employee Killed, Nine Injured By Carbon Monoxide

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